Prison Abolitionism: Abolitionist Feminism and the Anarchist Black Cross

  • Posted on: 31 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

via IT'S GOING DOWN - if you can't see the audio player in this article, it's included in the link

Victoria Law, who is familiarly known as Vikki, is an anarchist activist, writer, freelance editor, photographer and mother. Law is of Chinese descent and was born and raised in Queens NY where she had her first brush with the law as an armed robber while still in high school. Her exposure to incarcerated people at Rikers Island prompted her to get involved with prison support. She has continued fighting for prison abolition, co-founding Books Through Bars NYC as a joint project between Blackout Books & Nightcrawlers Anarchist Black Cross in 1996 at the age of nineteen.

Nestor is a member of the Anarchist Black Cross and founder of the Omaha Freedom Fund. He organizes around many issues, but with a focus on prison abolition and antifascism.

Both guests join Brett in a two-part episode on different aspects of the prison abolitionist movement.

Find, Support, and contact Victoria Law through her website here:, and follow her on twitter @LVikkiml

Learn more about, and support, the Anarchist Black Cross Federation here: Follow the Omaha Freedom Fund on Twitter @Omahabail


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