Black education matters.
- Is Prison Necessary? Ruth Wilson Gilmore Might Change Your Mind
- For Black people calling the police can be dangerous. It’s time we had another option
- If we Abolish Prison, What’s Next?
- What is Prison Abolition Movement
- Police & Mental Health Fact Sheet
- Four Decades and Counting: The Continued Failure of the War on Drugs
- Ending the War on Drugs: By the Numbers
- Rise of the SWAT Team: Routine Police Work in Canada is Now Militarized
- A Vision for Black LIves: Decriminalization of Drugs & Sex Work
- 10 Reasons to Decriminalize Sex Work
- Alternatives to Police
- The Transformative Justice Law Project
- Original Research — Canada
Maynard, R. (2017). Policing Black lives: State violence in Canada from slavery to the present. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing.
Diverlus, Rodney, Hudson Sandy and Ware, Syrus Marcus. (2019). Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada. Regina: University of Regina Press.
Oparah, Chineyere (fka Sudbury) (ed.), Global Lockdown: Race, Gender and the Prison-Industrial Complex, London: Routledge.
CHAPTERS, ARTICLES AND SCHOLARSHIP
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Saleh-Hanna, Viviane (2015), “Black Feminist Hauntology. Rememory the Ghosts of Abolition?,” Champ pénal/Penal field 12. Available online: https://champpenal.revues.org/9168?lang=en#ftn5
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