Los Angeles Poverty Department and Critical Resistance invite you to join us for Profiles of Abolition: Abolition and the Radical Imagination. We are excited to host historian Robin D.G.Kelley, acclaimed poet Fred Moten and renowned printmaker Melanie Cervantes of Dignidad Rebelde in conversation with Angela Y. Davis. With performances by musician Georgia Anne Muldrow and the intrepid Los Angeles Poverty Department.
Saturday, February 20, 2016 – Doors open 5pm, event starts at 6pm.
At Agape International Spiritual Center
5700 Buckingham Parkway, Culver City, CA 90230
An event to benefit Los Angeles Poverty Department and Critical Resistance.
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Profiles of Abolition: Abolition and the Radical Imagination will encourage audience members to reinvigorate a critical understanding of prison industrial complex abolition and inspire us to take creative and practical steps to build this liberated future. This event will also mark a special celebration of the Los Angeles Poverty Department’s 30-year anniversary.