Building Your Abolitionist Toolbox

Everyday Resources for a Punishment-Free World


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So is this Actually an Abolitionist Proposal or Strategy?

with Interrupting Criminalization & Guests

Join Interrupting Criminalization co-founders Mariame Kaba, Andrea J. Ritchie, and guests as we explore our latest resource So is this Actually an Abolitionist Proposal or Strategy?, a collection of resources to aid in evaluation and reflection compiled by Interrupting Criminalization, Project Nia & Critical Resistance.

The collection is full of excerpts from resources that we have frequently used as jumping-off points when we think strategically about abolitionist organizing. The excerpts included in the resource highlight tools that we’ve found helpful when getting into the nitty-gritty of strategizing and evaluating next steps: questions to ask, lists to consider, steps to take, and charts to consult.

Guest Speakers
Liat Ben Moshe - Assc. Professor of Criminology, Law and Justice at the University of IL
Adelaide Dicken - Survived and Punished 
Rehana Lerandeau - Critical Resistance
Pilar Weiss - Community Justice Exchange
Setareh Ghandehari - Detention Watch Network


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So is this Actually an Abolitionist Proposal or Strategy?
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