Author: Danielle Sered. Review by Tim Newell.
The movement for prison abolition has a strong voice in this book. Danielle Sered offers pragmatic alternatives, meeting the needs of survivors and suggesting ways for people who have committed violence to repair harm. She argues that reckoning is owed not only by people who have caused violence, but by those who have caused an over-reliance on incarceration. Sered argues that communities are safer when they do not rely on prisons.
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