Muslims are marking the end of Ramadan and working to create a just world free of police, prisons and punishment.
A campus-based movement is growing in response, to abolish police presence and transform safety infrastructures.
Author Julian Aguon’s new book links the struggle to demilitarize his native Guam to the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Police don’t keep us safe,” says organizer D.A. Bullock.
Truthout speaks with Victoria Law about her new primer for people who are starting to think about mass incarceration.
A humane immigration policy is not possible under these hyper-militarized agencies that came out of the “war on terror.”
Incarceration, even in facilities closer to home, is traumatizing for every child who is forced to experience it.
To create a world without prisons and policing, we must first push past the ceiling oppression puts on our imagination.
To fight white supremacist violence, we must abolish the systems that perpetuate it, like the prison-industrial complex.