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Reimagining the movement to end gender violence : anti-racism, prison abolition, women of color feminisms, and other radical visions of justice Beth E. RichieTranscript

By: Richie, Beth E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review.Publisher: University of Miami Law School, 2015Subject(s): ADVOCACY | FEMINISM | JUSTICE | PRISONERS | RACISM | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Click here to access online In: University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review, 2015, 5: 257-273 (Open access)Summary: In this paper, delivered as a keynote address, Beth Richie advocates for prison abolition, within the context of ending violence against women and ending racial injustice. Record #5201
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University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review, 2015, 5: 257-273 (Open access)

In this paper, delivered as a keynote address, Beth Richie advocates for prison abolition, within the context of ending violence against women and ending racial injustice. Record #5201