This essay focuses on building a better society.You can come up with an entirely different kind of society, if you want. Just be sure that whatever alternatives you propose, they address the 3 problems that you identified in Part 1.
Part 1: Based on everything you have learned from this class. What do you think are 3 of the most important problems associate with race and incarceration?. Using course materials, please explain why you think each of these are important problems. You can use examples, quotes, statistics, film scenes, art work, videos, lectures. And anything else from the class, as long as you discuss 3 problems. Part 2: As we have discussed throughout this course, abolition is not so much about destroying institutions.
As it is about building a better society which would not require a massive carceral system. Using course materials, and/or your own imagination and ideas. Describe what an alternative to each of those 3 problems would look like. In other words, what kind of alternatives would you create, if you had the power?. You can be as creative as you want. You can come up with an entirely different kind of society, if you want. Just be sure that whatever alternatives you propose, they address the 3 problems that you identified in Part 1.
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