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WGST 3550 Prison Abolition: History, Theory and Practice: Week 9: Movement Histories

Prof. Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot


Movement Histories

Week 9: Listen

Lecture 9: Grounding in Struggle: Prison Liberation and Collective Action

Week 9: Watch

Citation: [Barnard Center for Research on Women] (2019, Jul. 26) Addressing Harm (1:05:28). Retrieved from:

Week 9: Read

Week 9: Record

What are some non-carceral responses to harm that feminists and prison abolitionists have developed?

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