“Abolition is Inherently Experimental” Craig Gilmore on Fighting Prisons and Defunding Police
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In this episode we interview Craig Gilmore, cofounder of California Prison Moratorium Project, and a member of the Community Advisory board of Critical Resistance.   We talk about practical examples of prison abolitionists stopping new prison construction in California and how those examples have helped inform organizer approaches to stopping new prisons and jails. We also talk about possible lessons these abolitionist fights have to the fight to defund police.
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