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Abolition. Feminism. Now, by Gina Dent, Erica Meiners, Angela Y. Davis

joulesserena's review

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challenging informative inspiring reflective slow-paced

3.5

maxcarwile's review

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challenging hopeful informative medium-paced

4.75

jakinabook's review

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hopeful informative reflective medium-paced

4.25

goldenjunegem's review

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informative sad fast-paced

5.0


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photosinthedust's review

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medium-paced

3.75

kevinmccarrick's review

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challenging hopeful informative inspiring reflective medium-paced

5.0

laurenmalatesta's review

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challenging informative slow-paced

3.75

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5.0

4.5. This is my go-to 'entrance' abolitionist recommendation from now on. Super easy to follow, engaging examples, and relatively vast genealogy within the page constraints. I feel as though this is especially 'must read' for individuals working/living/helping in feminist circles who are looking for a better understanding of the carceral system and personal/communal guidance on how to address these systems within abolitionist frameworks. Really good.

rubycs's review

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medium-paced

3.5

renuka__'s review

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challenging emotional hopeful informative inspiring reflective medium-paced

5.0

I appreciated the ways that this anthology wove together the various narratives of organizing across the nation related to abolition feminism. This was an amazing book that challenged me to expand my understanding of what is possible for our world to look like in terms of accountability and justice outside the carceral system. I also appreciated that it didn’t try to provide one singular solution to this highly complex set of systems and it didn’t sugarcoat the very real struggles that can happen within movement building.