So is this Actually an Abolitionist Proposal or Strategy?

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So is this Actually an Abolitionist Proposal or Strategy?

This workshop will explore a collection of resources to aid in evaluation and reflection for prison industrial complex abolitionists.

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About this event

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.

Live ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be provided.

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Community Tickets: Please reserve free tickets for people of color and people with limited income only. We really mean this. Please don't use a free ticket if you can afford to make even a small donation.

If you can afford to make a donation of any amount, please do so. All funds raised will go towards the event (closed captioners, interpreters, support roles, presenter).

ACCESS

This virtual event will include ASL interpretation and closed captioning.

For accessibility requests or questions, please email Erin at admin@interruptingcriminalization.org. You can also message us on social @interruptcrim.

Presented by Interrupting Criminalization & Project Nia as part of the "Building Your Abolitionist Toolbox: Everyday Resources for a Punishment-Free World" series.

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