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The Resource We do this 'til we free us : abolitionist organizing and transforming justice, Mariame Kaba ; foreword by Naomi Murakawa ; edited by Tamara K. Nopper

We do this 'til we free us : abolitionist organizing and transforming justice, Mariame Kaba ; foreword by Naomi Murakawa ; edited by Tamara K. Nopper

Label
We do this 'til we free us : abolitionist organizing and transforming justice
Title
We do this 'til we free us
Title remainder
abolitionist organizing and transforming justice
Statement of responsibility
Mariame Kaba ; foreword by Naomi Murakawa ; edited by Tamara K. Nopper
Title variation
We do this until we free us
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"What if social transformation and liberation isn't about waiting for someone else to come along and save us? What if ordinary people have the power to collectively free ourselves? In this timely collection of essays and interviews, Mariame Kaba reflects on the deep work of abolition and transformative political struggle."--Page 4 of cover
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VHB
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Kaba, Mariame
Dewey number
303.372
Index
index present
LC call number
HM671
LC item number
.K333 2021
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Murakawa, Naomi
  • Nopper, Tamara K.
Series statement
The Abolitionist papers series
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  • Social justice
  • Restorative justice
  • Social movements
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We do this 'til we free us : abolitionist organizing and transforming justice, Mariame Kaba ; foreword by Naomi Murakawa ; edited by Tamara K. Nopper
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • There are no perfect victims :
  • Free Marissa and all Black people
  • Not a cardboard cutout: Cyntoia Brown and the framing of a victim
  • with Brit Schulte
  • From "Me too" to "All of us": organizing to end sexual violence without prisons : interview
  • by Sarah Jaffe with Mariame Kaba and Shira Hassan
  • Black women punished for self-defense must be freed from their cages
  • The state can't give us transformative justice :
  • Whether Darren Wilson is indicted or not, the entire system is guilty
  • The sentencing of Larry Nassar was not "transformative justice." Here's why.
  • So you're thinking about becoming an abolitionist :
  • with Kelly Hayes
  • We want more justice for Breonna Taylor than the system that killed her can deliver
  • with Andrea J. Ritchie
  • Making demands: reforms for and against abolition :
  • Police "reforms" you should always oppose
  • A people's history of prisons in the United States : interview
  • by Jeremy Scahill
  • Arresting the carceral state
  • with Erica R. Meiners
  • Itemizing atrocity
  • So you're thinking about becoming an abolitionist
  • with Tamara K. Nopper
  • "I live in a place where everybody watches you everywhere you go"
  • Toward the horizon of abolition : interview
  • by John Duda
  • We must practice and experiment: abolitionist organizing and theory :
  • Police torture, reparations, and lessons in struggle and justice from Chicago
  • Free us all: participatory defense campaigns as abolitionist organizing
  • Rekia Boyd and #FireDanteServin: an abolitionist campaign in Chicago
  • A love letter to the #NoCopAcademy organizers from those of us on the freedom side
  • Accountability is not punishment: transforming how we deal with harm and violence :
  • The system isn't broken
  • Transforming punishment: what is accountability without punishment?
  • with Rachel Herzing
  • The practices we need: #MeToo and transformative justice : interview
  • by Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown
  • Moving past punishment : interview
  • by Ayana Young
  • Justice: a short story
  • Show up and don't travel alone: we need each other :
  • "Community matters. Collectivity matters." : interview
  • by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger
  • Yes, we mean literally abolish the police
  • Everything worthwhile is done with other people : interview
  • by Eve L. Ewing
  • Resisting police violence against Black women and women of color
  • Join the abolitionist movement : interview
  • by Rebel Steps
  • "I must become a menace to my enemies": the living legacy of June Jordan
  • A jailbreak of the imagination: seeing prisons for what they are and demanding transformation
  • with Kelly Hayes
  • Hope is a discipline : interview
  • by Kim Wilson and Brian Sonenstein
Control code
on1240267964
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 206 pages
Isbn
9781642595253
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1240267964
Label
We do this 'til we free us : abolitionist organizing and transforming justice, Mariame Kaba ; foreword by Naomi Murakawa ; edited by Tamara K. Nopper
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • There are no perfect victims :
  • Free Marissa and all Black people
  • Not a cardboard cutout: Cyntoia Brown and the framing of a victim
  • with Brit Schulte
  • From "Me too" to "All of us": organizing to end sexual violence without prisons : interview
  • by Sarah Jaffe with Mariame Kaba and Shira Hassan
  • Black women punished for self-defense must be freed from their cages
  • The state can't give us transformative justice :
  • Whether Darren Wilson is indicted or not, the entire system is guilty
  • The sentencing of Larry Nassar was not "transformative justice." Here's why.
  • So you're thinking about becoming an abolitionist :
  • with Kelly Hayes
  • We want more justice for Breonna Taylor than the system that killed her can deliver
  • with Andrea J. Ritchie
  • Making demands: reforms for and against abolition :
  • Police "reforms" you should always oppose
  • A people's history of prisons in the United States : interview
  • by Jeremy Scahill
  • Arresting the carceral state
  • with Erica R. Meiners
  • Itemizing atrocity
  • So you're thinking about becoming an abolitionist
  • with Tamara K. Nopper
  • "I live in a place where everybody watches you everywhere you go"
  • Toward the horizon of abolition : interview
  • by John Duda
  • We must practice and experiment: abolitionist organizing and theory :
  • Police torture, reparations, and lessons in struggle and justice from Chicago
  • Free us all: participatory defense campaigns as abolitionist organizing
  • Rekia Boyd and #FireDanteServin: an abolitionist campaign in Chicago
  • A love letter to the #NoCopAcademy organizers from those of us on the freedom side
  • Accountability is not punishment: transforming how we deal with harm and violence :
  • The system isn't broken
  • Transforming punishment: what is accountability without punishment?
  • with Rachel Herzing
  • The practices we need: #MeToo and transformative justice : interview
  • by Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown
  • Moving past punishment : interview
  • by Ayana Young
  • Justice: a short story
  • Show up and don't travel alone: we need each other :
  • "Community matters. Collectivity matters." : interview
  • by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger
  • Yes, we mean literally abolish the police
  • Everything worthwhile is done with other people : interview
  • by Eve L. Ewing
  • Resisting police violence against Black women and women of color
  • Join the abolitionist movement : interview
  • by Rebel Steps
  • "I must become a menace to my enemies": the living legacy of June Jordan
  • A jailbreak of the imagination: seeing prisons for what they are and demanding transformation
  • with Kelly Hayes
  • Hope is a discipline : interview
  • by Kim Wilson and Brian Sonenstein
Control code
on1240267964
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 206 pages
Isbn
9781642595253
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1240267964

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