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CSCRE faculty, Paula Ioanide, co-founds new journal Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics and co-edits inaugural issues, “Abolishing Carceral Society”

Contributed by Penny Bogardus on 02/12/19 

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Since 2015, Paula Ioanide, Associate Professor of Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race & Ethnicity, has worked to conceptualize and co-found a new journal, Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics.

The Journal publishes work by scholars, activists, and artists who are envisioning and creating a world without oppressive systems. The entirely grassroots, open-access, and democratically-run Journal just published its inaugural issue, “Abolishing Carceral Society,” which focuses on the detrimental impacts of mass incarceration and immigrant detention and how everyday people are struggling to create a world without prisons and jails. A poem by former CSCRE Asian American Studies minor and IC alum, Sophia Terazawa, is featured in the inaugural issue. Those who purchase a copy of Abolishing Carceral Society help to pay for a copy of the issue to be sent to currently incarcerated people.

 

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