Abolitionist (Un)Learning: Reflections on Decarcerating Disability and Disability, Criminal Justice and Law
Reading Decarcerating Disability: Deinstitutionalization and Prison Abolition by Liat-Ben-Moshe and Disability, Criminal Justice and Law: Reconsidering Court Diversion by Linda Steele rocked my world, in the very best way. They pushed me to think in new ways about my research, teaching, and activism and are must-reads for those of us working for abolition in, through, and against law.
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