In our recently published post “Abolitionist University Studies: An Invitation,” we asked for responses to it. We are collecting those responses on this linked page of the Abolition.University website. The responses we have received so far include: Sharon Stein – Abolitionist Work’s Psycho-affective Dimensions and Pedagogical Challenges Curtis Marez – Response to “Abolitionist University Studies: An […]
by Joy James –
Spirituality without structure is not easily sustained in hostile, authoritarian environments. Although religions have historically been practitioners of organized predatory violence (the Catholic church’s child abuse scandals come to mind), Break Every Yoke illustrates how we can counter violence with religion that supports resilience and a healthy spirituality to resist: school to prison pipelines, foster care, residential homes for special needs children, detention centers, mental asylums, solitary confinement, death row, political imprisonment and mass incarceration.