We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice Free Audiobook Download by Mariame Kaba

There is a love and hate relationship in the collective conscience of society that has existed for centuries between freedom and justice. The two are synonymous with one another, but they are not always seen as such. Mariame Kaba examines the details of this complicated dynamic in her book We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice. The book tells stories of community organizations, protestors and organizers fighting to end police violence by bringing attention to the power behind it - white supremacy.

We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice is an audiobook that tells the story of Mariame Kaba's work in Chicago to end youth incarceration. It discusses the history of abolitionism and its efforts for justice, liberation, rights, and justice for all. The book also offers insight into how to organize, engage in strategic action, take care of your community and self, and live a free life outside the prison walls.

"We Do This 'Til We Free Us" is the story of Mariame Kaba, the founder of The Young Abolitionists Society. She details her work in organizing for social justice and how she works to transform our understanding of what is possible for all through activism, education, and advocacy. This book is a powerful reflection on what it means to be an abolitionist, who can use their privilege to help dismantle racism, classism, and sexism.

The audiobook emphasizes the importance of mobilizing people around structural issues and the transformative power of organizing. The narrator, 'Diana Blue', is a transgender abolitionist organizer and educator.

Mariame Kaba's We Do This 'Til We Free Us is an essay on how communities of color and people who are poor in the United States have organized to challenge and change the criminal justice system since it was created in the early 1900s. After briefly covering some of the ways that racial disparities have shaped US justice, Mariame Kaba focuses on how marginalized communities have organized with a strategy of "creative resistance" to challenge systems of oppression. She explains that creative resistance has been used to engage in direct action against police violence, create new systems for restorative justice and community accountability, and more.

"We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice" is a very personal account of the author, Mariame Kaba's experiences as an organizer with organizations like Black Lives Matter and her own organization, Project NIA. Mariame's work with NIA has led to what she calls "a new vision for how to organize." In order to free herself from being imprisoned by capitalism and racism, Mariame decided to focus on the least privileged.

Published Date 2021-11-09
Duration 9 hours 25 minutes
Author Mariame Kaba
Narrated Diana Blue
(1 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Politics
Parent Category Political Advocacy, Social Science

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