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23 CUNY L. Rev. Footnote Forum 1 (2020)

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ORGANIZERS WITH NO NEW JAILS NYC
EXPLAIN HOW TO SHUT DOWN RIKERS
WITHOUT BUILDING NEW JAILS
Osha Oneeka Daya Brown, Lee Doane, Sterling Fleming, Hakim Trent,
Jeremy Valerio, and Outside Organizers with No New Jails NYCt
THE HOUSE OF THE INTERPRETER
The Social Studies class didn't teach me shits your Honor
We was shooting dice at third period
WE WAS in the bathrooms getting nice smoking
blunts at third period
My principal was a drug dealer
My teachers was drug feelers
My projects was an institution that prep me for
THE Metal fence institution
We went to jail to have family reunions
This is deeper then confusion
No computers, No cellphones
The history class didn't teach me the truth about
myself I'm actually more valuable than what you
considered to be wealth
The system treated me like a gun used me and placed
back on the shelf the science class didn't teach
me about health
I'm dominant
We need COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS to reach our
Accomplishments
Hakim Trent-El
T No New Jails NYC would like to thank our abolitionist comrades-past, present, and
future-who have contributed to our collective strength, political analysis, and power, and
have shown us that a world without police, prisons, jails, and borders is possible and necessary
for our collective liberation. We would especially like to thank all of you who have struggled
alongside us this past year to push for a city without Rikers and without new jails, and to uplift
the contributions, leadership, and vision of our incarcerated organizers. It is our duty and honor
to fight alongside you all.

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