Ivy League Students Push to ABOLISH Prisons

A vintage ball and chain with an open shackle on an old prison cell block floor lit by overhead lights

“It’s a safe bet that the moonbats pushing this idea have never had a family member or friend who was murdered, raped, robbed, assaulted or maimed by bloodthirsty thugs.”

Source: Campus Reform

Students at Brown University gathered in November to teach their peers about the merits of doing away with the U.S. prison system.

A student group by the name of RailRoad held the event titled “Prison Abolition 101” on Nov. 8. The group seeks to ensure that the American prison system is “destroyed” and believes that incarceration is inherently unjust and unproductive.

RailRoad member Grace Austin stated during the event that “the end goal is to not have prisons as any form of incarceration,” and that “punishment at any stage doesn’t guarantee any kind of growth,” according to a report by The Brown Daily Herald.

The student group’s stated mission is to create a “world where the Prison Industrial Complex in all of its forms has been destroyed and built in its place are systems of accountability that allow for healing and growth.”


“Prisons were founded in the ideas of punishing the poor, punishing people of color,” presenter Aida Sherif said, adding “I don’t see it as an institution that can ever fully break away from those foundations.”

Ivy League Students Push to ABOLISH Prisons

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