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‘Abolition’ isn’t a relic of our past. It’s the key to revitalising democracy

Abolition democracy, the working of rebuilding our systems with equity at their core, may lead to justice and democratic revitalisation. Image: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Phillip Atiba Goff

Co-Founder and President, Center for Policing Equity

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