The isolation that prison imposes on people in captivity is formidable—but through letters, phone calls, collaboration, and deep commitment, relationships endure. In this collection of stories, formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones (including abolitionist organizers) talk about love that cuts through state violence and makes life inside more survivable. Care work and mutual aid are central to everyday abolitionist feminist practice—this project both details their expansiveness and probes their limits.
By Chalay Chalermkraivuth
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