Everyday Abolition/Abolition Every Day

amplifying our everyday resistance to the prison industrial complex

The “Everyday Abolition | Abolition Everyday” Project

Everyday Abolition | Abolition Everyday is creating our first ZINE! Click here for more info or to submit! EA | AE about our collective power and creativity. The power we … Continue reading

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On running a community-based murder investigation, resisting violence against Indigenous women, atomic bombs and burnout: An interview with Indigenous feminist Audrey Huntley

“there can be no solution outside of completely dismantling the state. “

January 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

We Don’t Cross Borders ; Borders Cross Us

An amazing collection of powerful, gorgeous, informative graphics and interviews exploring labour, migration, race and borders! “The Cross Border Collective is a Sydney based group that has been working on … Continue reading

November 17, 2013 · Leave a comment

The Creative Spark of Injustice

I’m still brimming with emotion triggered by the court’s acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer, but I haven’t given up hope. Oftentimes, the most hopeless moments are those that inspire us to … Continue reading

November 6, 2013 · Leave a comment

Isolation Cannot Heal Isolation: One Survivors Response to Sexual Assault

As a survivor I’m told that prisons are there to protect me. Keep me safe. My deepest desire is supposed to be incarceration. I’m supposed to want him to suffer, … Continue reading

October 29, 2013 · 4 Comments

Empathy is cool: A short and sweet interview with Moon of Black and Pink, Chicago

“I think that the capacity to enact revolution is always in every given moment… I think that every moment we get to humanize people is completely antithetical to capitalism”

October 19, 2013 · 1 Comment

Not Quite So Simple: Toward a Transformative Approach to Our Radical Politics and Aspirations

“I’m not working from a purely negative place where the only power I have is to reject things, ideas, and people that I think are flawed. I possess an elaborate vision of the world that I hope to aid in creating”

October 7, 2013 · Leave a comment

CKUT Interview with the co-editors of Everyday Abolition | Abolition Everyday

“People act in ways that resist, and undermine, and work around, and transcend the prison-industrial complex all the time in really genius, amazing ways. But like Lisa Marie was saying, sometimes that kind of stuff isn’t politicized and then I think it’s really easy to lose hope and I think it’s easy to not recognize, lift up, share, and inspire each other with the work that we are doing on the ground.”

September 16, 2013 · Leave a comment

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