fbpx

Free, Late Night Literature, Online & Performance

Late Night Literature: Imagining Abolitionist Futures

As more attention is being paid to policing and prisons both here and across the world, there are greater calls than ever for their abolition. Yet too often, the voices of those who know the effects of carceral systems most intimately are left out. How can we imagine what a world without police or prisons could really look and feel like? Perhaps listening to the experts is a good place to start.

This evening of powerful storytelling will feature artists – who all have lived experiences of incarceration – sharing their dreams of abolitionist futures and visions of how we might actually get there. Our hosts will also read stories submitted by women currently in prison, on their behalf.

Hosted by Nayuka and Witt Gorrie

Watch this event live on YouTube


HOW TO ATTEND THIS EVENT

Late Night Literature: Imagining Abolitionist Futures is a live online event, which will be livestreamed on YouTube.

To watch the livestream, you can tune in right here on the night, or afterward via EWF’s YouTube channel.


Thursday 24 June, 8.30-9.30pm AEST

Free

This event will be live streamed here!

Online, via YouTube