ABOLISHtrumentals - Mixed by DJ Ian Head


Going to bet that even if you don't agree with the views expressed in this mix; you'll still enjoy the mix. Highly Recommended.

After Breonna Taylor again saw no justice this past week, I felt compelled to break from Pullin from the Stacks and put together something about abolition - abolition of the police, of prisons, of the systems of repression operating throughout this country. Took a few days but here is a mix in the vein of my "Zinnstrumentals" tapes, featuring some interview excerpts of brilliant people talking abolition over a blend of hip-hop instrumentals from the crates. I urge everyone to take a listen, especially if you're not sure about abolition yourself. And I also urge everyone listen to the full interviews and recordings, which I've linked to below. Thanks so much to all the amazing people pushing for abolition and social change right now. Interviews used (in no order): Andrea Ritchie and Derecka Purnell: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eii5WqeOHlA Ruth Wilson Gilmore on Democracy Now: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HWqYANmWLY&t=226s Angela Davis on Democracy Now: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ebWFnGWOaA&t=54s Marc Lamont Hill and others at Riverside Church: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCCJt2pLP_s Peter Murkuria on Prison Radio: www.prisonradio.org/media/audio/pet…0-peter-mukuria Mumia Abu-Jamal on Prison Radio: www.prisonradio.org/audio-listings Walidah Imarisha on the Activist Files podcast: Activist-files-center-for-constitutional-rights – Episode-11-walidah-imarisha-and-gabriel-teodros-talk-science-fiction-as-social-justice-strategy

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