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WGST 3550 Prison Abolition: History, Theory and Practice: Week 15: Abolition Dreams

Prof. Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot

WEEK 15

Abolition Dreams

Week 15: Listen



Citation: [The Appeal] (2019, Mar. 20) Episode 39: Justice in America Episode 20: Mariame Kaba and Prison Abolition (1:10:37). Retrieved from: https://theappeal.org/justice-in-america-episode-20-mariame-kaba-and-prison-abolition/
Read transcript and find additional resources.

Week 15: Watch



Citation: [Richie Watt] (2015) Rooted in Resistance: How movements and leaders blossom in the places they’re not supposed to grow (2:02:46). Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/GmjftJG_ScI

Week 15: Read

Week 15: Record

What abolitionist futures do you want to be part of building? How will you undertake that work?
Due: 12/13/2020

Week 15: Submit

If you are writing a response paper on Unit 3, please submit this paper here: http://bit.ly/UnitThreeResponse by 12/13 at 11:59 pm.

Final Collaborative Project Material Due Dates

Final Collaborative Project Materials
Due: 12/15 at 11:59pm.


Submit final drafts of your contributions to our final project to this folder: http://bit.ly/ZineFinalDrafts
Professor will have Zine compiled and completed by 12/20/2020 for distribution.

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