Everyday Abolition is an international political art collaboration between Chanelle Gallant and Lisa Marie Alatorre collecting stories, art, and interviews highlighting the ways PIC abolitionists practice, and live PIC abolition in our work, organizing, and personal lives.
What does everyday abolition mean to Krip Hop Founder Leroy Moore?
“…it’s also living, loving your family. It’s teaching my nephews about ableism, about racism through art. My art is not only for the movement but also for my nephews and kids growing up. My art is a part of being an abolitionist and being a black disabled person living in a capitalist world.” – Leroy Moore
Read the full article here.
PIC = the Prison Industrial Complex, “The prison industrial complex (PIC) is a term we use to describe the overlapping interests of government and industry that use surveillance, policing, and imprisonment as solutions to economic, social and political problems.” – CriticalResistance.org