No One Is Disposable

Recorded Feb 7, 2014
Tags: activism, gender, human rights, policy, prisons, queer, race, sexuality, transgender, violence

Reina Gossett + Dean Spade: “No One is Disposable” Online Discussion

Online discussion exploring prison abolition as a political framework and a key issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people.

Released Jan 7, 2014
Tags: activism, gender, human rights, policy, prisons, queer, race, sexuality, transgender, violence

Reina Gossett + Dean Spade (Part 2): Practicing Prison Abolition Everyday

Part of the series "No One is Disposable: Everyday Practices of Prison Abolition," exploring prison abolition as a political framework and a key issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people.

Released Jan 7, 2014
Tags: activism, gender, human rights, policy, prisons, queer, race, sexuality, transgender, violence

Reina Gossett + Dean Spade (Part 3): What About the Dangerous People?

Part of the series "No One is Disposable: Everyday Practices of Prison Abolition," exploring prison abolition as a political framework and a key issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people.

Released Jan 7, 2014
Tags: activism, gender, human rights, policy, prisons, queer, race, sexuality, transgender, violence

Reina Gossett + Dean Spade (Part 4): Gun Control + Producing Dangerousness

Part of the series "No One is Disposable: Everyday Practices of Prison Abolition," exploring prison abolition as a political framework and a key issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people.

Released Jan 7, 2014
Tags: activism, gender, human rights, policy, prisons, queer, race, sexuality, transgender, violence

Reina Gossett + Dean Spade (Part 1): Prison Abolition + Prefiguring the World You Want to Live In

Part of the series "No One is Disposable: Everyday Practices of Prison Abolition," exploring prison abolition as a political framework and a key issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people.

These videos look at how to build societies where the process of creating justice is as important as the end—communities where no one is exiled. The series was released as part of the online discussion “No One is Disposable: Everyday Practices of Prison Abolition,” held on February 7, 2014. Video by Reina Gossett, Dean Spade, and Hope Dector.

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