Toward An Abolitionist Approach To Anti-Asian Violence

By Dylan Rodriguez, Society and Space. -

Atrocities targeting people and bodies we identify as our own tend to incite powerful feelings of exception.  A shared sense of singular vulnerability and violation circulates virally, and the [...]

Mariame Kaba Talks Abolition, Mutual Aid And Campus Police

By Binah Schatsky, Daily Northwestern. -

Activist and prison-industrial complex abolitionist Mariame Kaba celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by praising NU Community Not Cops and speaking to the importance of mutual aid [...]

The Magical Thinking Of Reformism

By Dylan Rodriguez, Abolition for the People. -

Reform is best understood as a logic rather than an outcome: an approach to institutional change that sustains existing social, economic, political, and/or legal systems, including but not [...]

Six Reflections On The Abolitionist Strike At The University Of Michigan

Both within and outside of the frameworks of “permissive” bargaining, the desire and urgency to create a world centered around care cannot be granted by a university or union bureaucracy. [...]