Prisons—Has COVID-19 Offered Hawaiʻi the Road to Redemption?

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2020
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Brady, Kat
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Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press and the Center for Biographical Research
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Abolition is about moving beyond prisons as a way of addressing social challenges. It’s about working for a better world that is built upon the needs of all the people: structuring an economy that funds the communities most impacted by incarceration, overcriminalization, poor health, unemployment, underfunded schools, and other social needs to lift up the quality of life for all.
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abolition, prisons, oppression, racism, economy
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4 pages
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