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Beverly Osazuwa


Being a member of the Abolitionist Dream Mappers (ADM) has given me space to learn and experiment with others who dare to imagine and conduct new research methods. This project has helped me better understand the potential of abolition and its rootedness in our everyday acts and relationships. Abolition is not just a theory but a practice! I came onto this project towards the end of graduate studies and have enjoyed continuing this work thereafter. In working with my team, we shared our talents and discovered new ones and always held space for each other. I am forever grateful for their commitment, compassion, and support throughout this project. Collaborating with Roots & Wings Kingston both challenged and motivated us, but most importantly, it gave me hope for the future. I aim to carry the many lessons from ADM with me in both my academic and professional pursuits.

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