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Communities Engaged in Resisting Violence

A report outlining models, definitions, approaches, structures, and strategies used in Chicago to offer alternative models to approach interpersonal violence and state violence against women. By Ann Russo and Melissa…

Reformist Reforms vs Abolitionist Steps in Policing

This chart examines reforms that expand policing vs reforms that reduce the role of policing and its violence in our lives. Download the PDF or email crnational@criticalresistance.org for a print version.…

Public Health is a Strategy for Abolition

CR and Public Health Justice Collective created this tool of a public health framework for organizing to abolish policing. This document is inspired by the American Public Health Association (APHA)’s…

Abolitionist Responses to Jail Expansion & Reform

Bandaid fixes or real solution? Reform or Abolition? This chart helps clarify what efforts are abolitionist changes and which are reformist measures the legitimize and maintain the PIC when fighting…

8 Steps to a Jail-Free San Francisco

How do we get rid of jails and create jail-free cities? Check out CR-Oakland and No New SF Jail Coalition’s approach to fighting jailing and criminalization. No New SF Jail’s…

Care Not Cages Zine

How is jail expansion affecting Los Angeles? Check out CR-LA & No More Jails LA’s Care Not Cages Zine to learn about the fight against jailing and criminalization. Care Not…