Grassroots Organizing That Makes PIC Abolition Irresistable

Grassroots Organizing That Makes PIC Abolition Irresistable

Below is a look back at the amazing work of our local chapters in 2016. It has been a humbling and inspiring year. Thank you…

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#GivingTuesday was a success! Thank you for Supporting The Abolitionist Newspaper

#GivingTuesday was a success! Thank you for Supporting The Abolitionist Newspaper

 “Dear Abolitionist [editors], I just want to say that the work you guys do at The Abolitionist is inspiring. I have been receiving your paper…

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Announcing: The Profiles in Abolition Video Project

Announcing: The Profiles in Abolition Video Project

The Profiles in Abolition Video Project In this period of astonishing energy and public discussion about the state of policing, imprisonment, sentencing, and surveillance, CR…

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The Steadfastness of Palestine

The Steadfastness of Palestine

Remembering the Nakba and the ongoing struggle for liberation. This Sunday, May 15 marks the 68th anniversary of the Nakba, or “catastrophe,” when the state…

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CR NYC Speaks Out to Close Attica Prison

CR NYC Speaks Out to Close Attica Prison

Critical Resistance NY Chapter partnered with the Beyond Attica Coalition in hosting a Speak Out to Close Attica Prison on September 12, 2015. The event…

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CR Launches #ABOLISH SOLITARY campaign

CR Launches #ABOLISH SOLITARY campaign

July 8 marks the 2nd anniversary of the 2013 CA Prisoner Hunger Strikes, the largest prisoner hunger strike in history. Many imprisoned people have asked…

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Communities Fight Back Against Police and Militarization!

Communities Fight Back Against Police and Militarization!

Four weeks after the tragic death of 18-year old Michael Brown at the hands of the Ferguson, MO police department, we have seen law enforcement…

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Issue 21 of THE ABOLITIONIST is Here!

Issue 21 of THE ABOLITIONIST is Here!

HOT OFF THE PRESSES!  As we step ever onward toward a world without the violence of policing, surveillance, prison and the social and economic violence…

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