S2 Ep 32: Abolitionists’ Revolution w/ Destiny Harris

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Abolition is tearing down systems that do harm and reimagining the world we want to live in. Violence comes from a lack of resources, and supplying oppressive systems with more resources is an ineffective response. Destiny Harris is a Black queer organizer, artist, abolitionist, and poet from the West Side of Chicago. We caught up with her to discuss the history of redlining and segregation in Chicago, being a 21st century abolitionist, and her top 5 Chicago artists. Listen now! More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate. #AbolitionandEJ #NoCopAcademy #Think100

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