Abolition and Education: Disposability, Neighborhood Schools, and the Right to the City

By Henry Gannett-Bethell | December 31, 2020 Abolition is a political philosophy designed around envisioning a society where police and prisons are obsolete. Abolitionists engage in both the dismantling of systems like the carceral state, racial capitalism, and imperialism, and the larger project of “world-building” to create a more just society by utilizing preventative measures … Continue reading Abolition and Education: Disposability, Neighborhood Schools, and the Right to the City