Call for Submissions: “Native Liberation and Abolition,” a Blog Series

Sign on front of Alcatraz Penitentiary
Sign on Alcatraz Penitentiary

Below is a summary call for submissions from Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics.This is a great opportunity to contribute to the scholarship of abolition, especially for Native/Indigenous scholars! Submissions are due December 1, 2018, though they say they will continue to accept submissions after that time.

Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics invites submissions for a new blog series on “Native Liberation and Abolition.” We invite contributions from Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, writers, activists, organizers, and artists who can offer insight on the historical and contemporary forms of Native liberation movements and the liberatory practices incorporated in Indigenous societies and movement organizations. Of particular importance is the relationship of Native liberation to the concept, practice, and politics of abolitionism (which can be interpreted in a broad sense, such as seen in Abolition’s manifesto).

See the full details at abolitionjournal.org

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