Workshop 01: Decarceration + Abolition (APSC + Survived + Punished)

 Workshop 01: Decarceration + Abolition

On September 26, over 170 people registered for 18 Million Rising’s first Love Letters to Movement Leaders workshop on abolition and decarceration. This workshop, co-facilitated by Nate Tan of Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC) and Emily Suh of Survived and Punished, used Love Letters to Movement Leaders and letter writing as a powerful tool for abolitionist organizing.

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