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.
Prison separates parents from their newborns and makes breastfeeding impossible. This cruelty must end.
The fight to end the criminalization of poverty and the targeting of Black communities still has a long way to go.
Biden’s executive order is like moving chairs on the deck of the Titanic — it doesn’t actually reduce incarceration.
As a second wave of COVID hits the U.S., some jurisdictions are beginning to reverse their decision to decarcerate.
Reprising its 2016 and 2018 prison strikes, Free Alabama Movement called for a statewide work strike on prison labor.
From a policy perspective, this has created barriers to transformative approaches to violence like restorative justice.
The brutalization of Soleiman Faqiri was a manifestation of the violence endemic in the carceral system.
A project of twenty-first century fascism is on the ascent in the civil societies of many countries around the world.