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.
Carceral approaches to anti-Asian violence ignore the realities of police violence.
Organizers plan to continue targeting city and state budgets to demand divestment from prisons and policing.
COVID-19 adds more sickness and death to an already unjust system.
On the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, let’s commit to building a world free of policing.
Our society created the framework for this atrocity. Now it’s part of a perfect storm.
The strike at the University of Michigan highlighted the role of policing in upholding racial capitalism on campus.
“We must move for what we want, not for what we think the system can produce, because the system is the problem.”
In the fight for abolition, losing an immediate demand should not deter us from the long-term struggle.