Filed under: Incarceration, Interviews, Queer, Radio/Podcast, White Supremacy
Rustbelt Abolition Radio returns with an interview featuring Stevie Wilson.
Black and queer abolitionist writer Stevie Wilson, held captive by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, was recently released from solitary confinement. He speaks about the importance of abolitionist study as a space of common encounter that undermines the hold that the carceral state has on our lives, both inside and outside prison walls.
You can find Stevie’s writings by visiting Abolitionist Study.
Image credit: Rashid Johnson