I connect deeply with the prophetic nature of abolition work. It sounds like dreams, yet points toward a vision beyond today. It sounds critically unwavering, yet holds us capable and able of more than we thought possible. It sounds like immaturity, but requires both the imagination of youth and the steadfast experience of elders.

This article points toward the abolition of incarceration. It also gives me hope within my own abolition work to end white dominant culture. Will you join me in reading through it (10 min read) and let’s discuss?

For those that know me or have come along to learn with me…this is why I expect so much of us. I dream of liberation.

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Rebecca Greenidge (she/her)

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