The Centre for Law & Social Change is excited to host this roundtable on Abolition for Liberation, with speakers Lola Olufemi (organiser, researcher and author of Feminism, Interrupted: Disrupting Power and Experiments in Imagining Otherwise), Scott Branson (artist, podcast host and author of Practical Anarchism: A Guide for Daily life and Surviving the Future: Abolitionist Queer Strategies) and Reed Puc (currently writing their PhD thesis at City on Spiderman, policing and abolition).
The conversation will be chaired by Natasha Mutch-Vidal of the Centre for Institutional Equity and the Network for Racial Justice. This event forms part of the Centre for Law & Social Change event series and City’s LGBTQI History Month events.
Precise room details will be sent out in January.
This event is hybrid and a recording will be made available through our website after the event.
You will be sent the zoom link on the morning of the event.
If attending in person, please wear a mask, we will have some available to give out.
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