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Jon Jon Moore & feat. wyLee

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AbolitionISH is a Black politics & culture podcast made possible by producer feat. WyLee (twitter: @whoswylee) and host Jon Jon Moore (twitter: @incivilitea).Thinking antagonism and abolition—and talking shit— since 2019. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionish/support
 
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Abolition is for Everybody

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Abolition is for Everybody

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Abolition is for Everybody is a podcast that tackles the sometimes-difficult conversations around prison abolition. Through friendly chats, and conversations with experts, our system-impacted co-hosts explore the history, futures, obstacles, and joys of abolition. Abolition is for Everybody is a project of Initiate Justice (www.initiatejustice.org/podcast) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybody/support
 
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CW: This episode contains mentions of sexual violence. “I would like my work to do two things: be as demanding and sophisticated as I want it to be, and at the same time be accessible in a sort of emotional way to lots of people, just like jazz. That's a hard task. But that's what I want to do." — Toni Morrison "What are the methods... of holding t…
 
On this Minisode: The one where we talk about prison art, Ra and Crystal talk about art— how it is made inside prisons despite the barriers incarcerated folks face, and the ways people use art as activism. Crystal shares The ART Gallery, a special event hosted by Initiate Justice, made possible by the participation of incarcerated artists. To learn…
 
On the final episode of Season 2, Adam is joined by former Season 2 guests and community organizers Adrianna Griffith and Graham Finochio to share their experiences with the prison system. Together, they discuss the failures of our system as a vehicle for rehabilitation and safety, and the type of care and insight that is most responsible for creat…
 
"It can't be overstated that the solutions have got to come from the people locally and not top down" -AW In the wake of the Supreme Court's official decision to strike down Roe v. Wade last week, poor Black people across the US face an expansion of reproductive control and violation. This month, Jon Jon interviews Ash Williams, a Black non-binary …
 
On episode 9, Abolition Addresses Violences Against Children, Abolition is for Everybody’s hosts dive into violences they have experienced as children, as well as ways we all contribute to them. They discuss the failures of society as a vehicle for safety, intervention, and the type of insight and work that is most responsible for creating a new pa…
 
Audio Captioning: We’re so thankful for the Dad’s who fight and heal with us. On this Father’s Day, we’d like to acknowledge the incarcerated fathers around the world who continue to parent through 15-minute phone calls, countless letters, and behind glass doors. We know first-hand how incarceration strains and shifts relationships, and how 92% of …
 
On episode 8, Abolition Addresses Domestic Violence and Family Harm, Abolition is for Everybody’s co-hosts are joined by former LWOP and DropLWOP advocate, Susan Bustamante. Together, the hosts talk about Susan’s experience with domestic violence and family harm and her perspective after being incarcerated for 31 years. We also discuss the failures…
 
On episode 7, Abolition Addresses Gun Violence, Adam, Crystal and Ra hear the story of a currently incarcerated individual. Together, the hosts talk about the lineage of harms that led to his own participation in the cycle, as someone who has caused this type of harm. We also discuss the failures of our systems as a vehicle for safety, and the type…
 
On episode 6, Abolition Addresses Sexual Assault, Abolition is for Everybody’s co-hosts are joined by Initiate Justice’s Outside Organizer and Abolition Corner facilitator, Sarah. Together, the hosts talk about Sarah’s experience with sexual assault and her perspective as an abolitionist who has experienced this harm. We also discuss the failures o…
 
Audio Captioning: We’re so thankful to the moms who fight and heal with us— our Inside Organizer moms, our Inside Member moms, our Outside Organizer moms, our Staff moms, our Volunteer moms, our Outside Member moms, our Ally moms, and everyone — birth givers or not— who hold this work in motherly love. We know first-hand how incarceration strains a…
 
"Everything goes back to desire... I'm always figuring out how I can move further away from the hegemonic desire that we're socialized into. Who am I desiring, and why?" -DLH ... This episode contains mentions of sexual violence. It's Spring, and May Flowers bring Mo' Knowledge! This month, Jon Jon interviews writer, editor, and abolitionist Da'Sha…
 
On episode 5, Abolition Addresses Murder/ Manslaughter, Adam, Crystal and Ra hear Dan's story. Dan is a currently incarcerated individual whose actions led to the death of his bestfriend, Jr. Together, the hosts talk about the lineage of harms that led to Dan's own participation in the cycle, as someone who was charged with manslaughter. We also di…
 
On this Minisode: The one where we talk about solitary confinement, Ra is joined by season 1 co-host Lee, and Pamila Lew, an attorney in the Investigations Unit at Disability Rights California. Pamila shares the history of solitary confinement, the different ways state facilities refer to it, and the many different communities of folks who are plac…
 
On episode 4, Abolition Address Robbery, Adam, Crystal and Ra are joined by community organizer and Success Stories' Transformational Coach and Coach Coordinator, Graham Finochio. Together, they talk about the lineage of harms that led to Graham's own participation in the cycle as someone who was charged with robbery. We also discuss the failures o…
 
On episode 3, Abolition Serves Survivors, Crystal and Ra are joined by community organizer Adrianna Griffith. They dive into how abolition centers survivors, and what it looks like now in Stockton California's Women’s Center Youth & Family Services where Adrianna is currently employed. In this season of Abolition is for Everybody, we talk about har…
 
On this episode, our hosts dive into different forms of state violence they have witnessed and experienced. They ask our listeners to think about the way violence has been perpetuated in their lives by the state. In this season of Abolition is for Everybody, we talk about harm–what creates it, what recycles it, and how we can find our way to meanin…
 
"Every piece of art... in order for it to actually be subversive, to actually be important, to think beyond the end the world— it has to engage power." In this absolute smorgasbord of a Season 3 Premier, resident psychoanalyst and African-American Studies doctoral student Gilberto Rosa-Duran catches up with Jon Jon for a sweetly winding, dare we sa…
 
On this episode, our new hosts Crystal and Adam, join Ra to discuss the different harms they have experienced throughout their lives and the many things we could have done to prevent them. In this season of Abolition is for Everybody, we talk about harm–what creates it, what recycles it, and how we can find our way to meaningful means of repair. To…
 
On this Minisode: The one where we talk about vaccines, Ra is joined by Initiate Justice's executive director and season 1 co-host, Taina, and Communications Coordinator, Michelle. They discuss how we make abolitionist choices in real life situations, what vaccines have to do with abolition, and how we live our values while doing the work. To acces…
 
What's love got to do with *New York voice* SLA-VER-Y? In the final episode of Season 2, jon jon is joined by African-American Studies Ph.D. student Jordan Mulkey to ask: what exactly makes "black love" so black? With special unauthorized appearances by Angela Davis, Cornel West, and Ronald McDonald. Become a monthly supporter of this exciting work…
 
Why don't Black people report being abducted by UFOs? What does Miss Saturn have to do with Miss Slavery? In this very special two-year anniversary episode, AbolitionISH producer wyLee interviews jon jon about his article on blackness and the UFO abduction phenomenon forthcoming in Qui Parle. And the team shares more about the astronomical implicat…
 
On this episode, Lee and Ra are joined by Brian Kaneda from Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB) to discuss the need to reduce prison and police budgets, the three prison closures that have been announced in California, and more issues related to moving funds from the prison and police system into community resources. To access the t…
 
jon jon welcomes AbolitionISH producer wyLee to talk about astrology, history, and what it means to look to the stars while Black. wyLee, aka feat.wyLee is a Shona multi-disciplinary artist & astrologer-in-training based in Johannesburg. They’re excited to experiment with community-based approaches to Black knowledge production & we are mad lucky t…
 
On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Taina discuss into the importance in addressing disability justice towards our goal of abolition. To access the transcript for this episode visit, www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybody/support
 
On this episode, Taina and Lee discuss with Professor Oscar F. Soto what the school to prison pipeline is, how it contributes to the carceral system, and ways we can address it as we move towards our goal of prison abolition. To access the transcript for this episode visit, www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm…
 
On this episode, Ra and Taina are joined by author Charlene Carruthers to discuss feminism, patriarchy, and the different ways that gender impacts the abolitionist movement and incarceration. To access the transcript for this episode visit, www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybody/support…
 
On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Taina delve into how the carceral system hinders connections between incarcerated individuals, their families, and community even after they have returned home. To access the transcript for this episode, visit our website: www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybo…
 
On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Cat Brooks delve into the topic of mental health inside prisons, mental health stigma, how supporting each other is part of daily abolition work, and more. To access the transcript for this episode, visit our website: www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybody/su…
 
On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Eunisses delve into the topic of drugs, how our current system treats drug use and users of drugs, and what abolition and community care around drugs looks like. To access the transcript for this episode, visit our website: www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeveryb…
 
On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Patrisse delve into what abolition is, how their abolitionists journeys began, and struggles they've encountered along the way! To access the transcript for this episode, click here, or visit our website www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abolitionisforeverybody/support…
 
In part 1 of our two part series on Science, Consent, and Centering Survivors we speak with twerk enthusiast and ratchet revolutionary Jewel the Gem. We discuss abolition as a praxis of love, centering survivors to transform systems, and the historical legacy of anti-Black racism in the medical industrial complex. Trigger/Content Warning: This epis…
 
Welcome to season 1 of Abolition is for Everybody! On this episode, Ra, Lee, and Taina share how their abolitionist journeys began. Stay tuned for more episodes as we will be launching biweekly! To access the transcript for this episode, click here, or visit our website www.InitiateJustice.org/Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abo…
 
Content Warning: This episode features explicit discussion of Black suicide and suicidal ideation. We're thrilled to welcome two newbies to the podcast for complementary conversations on afropessimism and black mental health. First up is swim., a Philly-raised musician and PhD student in the Department of Comparative Literature at UC Irvine. After …
 
After a really fucking long hiatus, we're Black with a new season. Houston cultural critic and writer Tirhakah Love (@tirhakahlove) talks to us about rap, addiction, and his recent New York Times' nod to the life and deathly sounds of DMX Princeton Theological Seminary PhD student and writer RAW (@_RawilCox) reflects on her recent essay about Black…
 
Abolition as education in practice, generative pedagogy, and reimagining the classroom space are the focal points of our conversation with Dr. Carmen Kynard. We discuss how Black Feminism is an imaginary practice that allows us to resist, disrupt, and create.
 
In this episode, we speak with Jeffrey Yoo Warren, an artist, community scientist, illustrator, and researcher. Jeffrey’s work aims to disrupt and dismantle the dominant framing of knowledge production by connecting with predecessor science and creating instruments for multiple worlds.
 
Blackgirl geographies, radical love, and freedom lands are the focal point of our conversation with Loren Cahill. We discuss cartography as a settler colonial project and also explore the many lessons to be learned from Harriet Tubman in our fight for abolition.
 
We talk to the organizers of Tiny Tech Zines about their first zine fair, which centered technology-focused zines by BIPOC creators. We discuss the history and purpose of zines as well as TTZ’s intentional emphasis on care as part of their work
 
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