Victoria Law, “Against Carceral Feminism,” 2014.
Miriam Perez-Putnam, “Surviving Rape as a Prison Abolitionist,” 2020.
Kelly Hayes and Mariame Kaba, “The Sentencing of Larry Nassar Was Not ‘Transformative Justice.’ Here’s Why,” 2018.
Beth Richie, “How Anti-Violence Activism Taught me to Become a Prison Abolitionist,” 2014.
Leigh Goodmark, “How Representing Victims of Domestic Violence Turned Me Into a Prison Abolitionist,” 2020.
Mariame Kaba and Eva Nagao, “What About the Rapists?”, 2021.
James Kilgore, “Locking People Up Doesn’t Make Us Safer, Abuse Survivor Says,” 2019.
Victoria Law, “How Can We Reconcile Prison Abolition with #MeToo?”, 2018.
Cassandra Mensah, “If We Abolish Police, What Happens to Rapists?”, 2020.
Kristian Williams, “A Look at Feminist Forms of Justice that Don’t Involve the Police,” 2015.
Melissa Jeltsen, “Don’t Use Domestic Violence Victims to Derail Police Reform,” 2020.
Viewing and Listening
INCITE!, Abolition Feminism: Celebrating 20 Years of INCITE!, 2020
Longer Pieces and Books
Emily Thuma, All Our Trials: Prisons, Policing, and the Feminist Fight to End Violence, 2019. [interview with author linked]
Andrea Ritchie, Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color, 2017. [interview with author linked]
Beth Richie, Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America’s Prison Nation, 2012. [interview with author linked]
Ann Russo, Feminist Accountability, Disrupting Violence and Transforming Power, 2018. [overview of book linked]
Mimi Kim, “From Carceral Feminism to Transformative Justice: Women-Of-Color Feminism and Alternatives to Incarceration,” 2018.
Donna Hylton, A Little Piece of Light: A Memoir of Hope, Prison, and a Life Unbound, 2018. [interview with author linked]
Ardath Whynacht, Insurgent Love: Abolition and Domestic Homicide, 2021 [interview with author linked].