As movements to defund and divest from policing and invest in community safety expand in the wake of the 2020 Uprisings, abolitionist organizers are increasingly grappling with questions around the role of the state in abolitionist futures. Where do we want funds diverted from police budgets to go: into other institutions currently controlled by the carceral state, to subsidize the creation of new state entities, or into community-based organizations? What actions and behaviors do we think should be regulated by the state? How should they be regulated? How do we think resources should be distributed? These are not just theoretical questions - they shape the sites of struggle we choose, our organizing objectives and strategies, and the contexts in which they unfold.
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