The following list was compiled by Abby Honold:
Click here for a link to an unrolled thread of Abby’s tweets posted on the subject in June 2020.
Guante: “I think a real tension in the conversation is that most people still see abolition as a super binary thing, a Thanos snap where cops just disappear. but thinking of it as a process can be useful – police are defunded, and those resources can go towards prevention and support”
When the Pysche is the Crime Scene: The Criminal Legal System’s Failure to Meaningfully Respond to Crimes of Sexual Violence by Stefanie Mundhenk
Therapy with Harming Fathers, Victimized Children, and Their Mothers After Parental Child Sexual Assault by Dale Tolliday
Advancing Theory, Methods, and Dissemination in Sexual Violence Research to Build a More Equitable Future: An Intersectional, Community-Engaged Approach
Feeling Like A Failure: Teaching/Learning Abolition Through the Good the Bad and the Innocent, by Jessi Lee Jackson and Erica R. Meiners