Every Third Sunday, Mar 13–July 10, 2022
3:00-4:30 PM EST
What does it mean to be an abolitionist in 2022? Advocates describe it as both a dismantling and world-building work to create communities that are just and safe, that are free of prisons and police. It's a bold vision that abolitionists say requires complete community transformation and, as Ruth Wilson Gilmore states, "building life-affirming institutions."
This study group is titled "Together We Lift the Sky" and is designed by the Abolition Journal. It offers a seven-session study group guide for people who are new to abolition.
Reading prep (podcasts, short essays, videos etc) will require up to 5 hours of reading and reflection per session.
Register now and share with others who are interested in learning about abolition and antiracist community building!
Co-sponsored by ARC-C, HAARC (Hamilton Area Anti-Racism Coalition), and the National Abolition Hall of Fame.