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Thursday, March 24, 2022 | 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Abolition Feminism is a Practice of Freedom

Join us for a night with organizer, educator, curator, and prison industrial complex (PIC) abolitionist Mariame Kaba. Kaba’s leadership, organizing and influence extend widely as she offers a radical analysis that influences how people think and respond to how violence, prisons and policing affect the lives of people of color. 

We will virtually welcome Mariame as she emphasizes the importance of abolition feminism as an intentional tool of practicing freedom in honor of Women's History Month. 

We will be offering an in-person option in JBD as well as a virtual option to begin at 6 PM with Mariame. Discussion is to follow beginning at 7 PM in both the in-person and virtual spaces.


Sponsors: American Studies, Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC), Multicultural Life (Dept. of), Program Board, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Listed under: Campus Events, Front Page Events, Lectures and Speakers


Virtual (Zoom) - In-Person Viewing And Discussion Space In John B. Davis Lecture Hall