Abortion Media Literacy: an Activist-Oriented Infographic Guide

Hi there! My name is Angelica DeBenedictis (they/them), I’m a senior at Knox majoring in Anthropology & Sociology with a double minor in Religious Studies and Peace & Justice Studies. I started researching and discussing media literacy with Professor Jonah Rubin in October 2022. During that initial research, two major themes came up: In order

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Abolition is Vision: Afrofuturism & Paths Towards Change

In Fall 2023, the Prison Education working group’s goal is to expand the program that Dr. Leanne Trapedo-Sims has already started – teaching in the Hill Correctional Center. I am specifically working on an African American Literature course focused on Afrofuturism. The choice of material is designful — I believe that Afrofuturism provides a window

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Abolition and the Arts – Coming to Terms with the Political, Social and Aesthetic Diversity of Creative Expression

By Gregory Gilbert As part of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant “Abolition for All Time” at Knox College, I am currently serving as the convenor for the Abolition and the Arts lab. Over the past year, I have had the rewarding experience of working with a group of dedicated faculty members in the Humanities

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