It’s All One Struggle At Base:
the Craft of Movement-Building Across Prison Walls
and the Meaning of Abolitionist Solidarity

Introduction: Break the Chains
The Social Context of PIC Abolitionist Struggle at the Turn of the 21st Century

Chapter 1: Beyond the Prison Industrial Complex
Early Frameworks of Abolitionist Organizing and the Challenge of Political Pedagogy

Chapter 2: “A bulldozer is the only acceptable tool for prison reform…”
A History of Counter-Carceral Platforms and the Problem of Non-Relation

Chapter 3: Against the Industrial Logic of “Prison Studies”
Challenging the Institutionalization of a Nascent Professional Field

Conclusion: Raze the Walls
Attacking the Prison Industrial Complex at the Point of Production

Post-script: On Solidarity

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