Monday, Mar 1st,  2:30-4PM


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Abolitionist UC Reading Group 2021

"UCSC Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter at UCSC and Strike University present:
Abolitionist UC Reading Group Winter 2021

We met for our 1st meeting in the Fall and had a lively discussion. For the second meeting of the Winter term, we will be reading and discussing the following:
- The Introduction & Chapter 1 of Beyond Survival (~20pages):
- A NYT article: ""Can Forgiveness Play A Role in Criminal Justice?"" (~10pgs):
When: Monday March 1, 2:30-4pm

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is unfamiliar with abolitionist praxis to come and discuss with others who have the same interest. All are welcome to join, grads, undergrads, and community members alike!
As a reminder, we encourage everyone to join even if you weren't able to get to the reading as we'll have participants who were able to read, collaboratively offer an overview of both texts."


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