July 12 6-8p PT | Violent Order: Essays on the Nature of Police with David Correia and Tyler Wall
July 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
About the Writing to Abolition Series
Following the Floyd rebellions of 2020, we saw ideas about the abolition of policing and imprisonment reach new levels of attention. Leading up to and following Summer 2020, writing about prison industrial complex abolition helped shape the ongoing conversations about how we think about safety and addressing harm. Join CPE for a series of events featuring new books on prison industrial complex abolition that help us consider the case for abolition and how we can put these politics in action. All events will be held online.
July 12 (6-8pm, PT) | Violent Order: Essays on the Nature of Police with David Correia and Tyler Wall
Violent Order is an edited collection of essays demonstrating the inherent violence in policing and its fundamental roles in containment and control. Correia and Wall will discuss major themes of the essays and how they make the case for the abolition of police.
David Correia is a professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico. He is a co-founder of Abolish APD, a research and mutual aid collective in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Tyler Wall is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. In addition to co-editing violent Order, Correia and Wall co-authored Police: A Field Guide.