A Special Thanks to Our Collaborators
Thank you for engaging with the resources and questions in this guide. We hope that you have been able to take small actions and imagine taking larger ones, while working through the sections.
We’d like to thank our collaborators on this project, who provided everything from deep background, personal stories, case studies, thoughtful review, editing and design, and more: Alicia Sanchez Gill, Amber Akemi Piatt, Breanna Diaz, Caty Simon, Charles Hawthorne, Christine Mitchell, Gabriela Zapata-Alma, Haven Wheelock, Kat Humphries, Kel Montalvo-Quiñones, Julian Rodriguez-Drix, Kelli McIntyre, Leila Raven, Michelle Velasquez-Potts, Shaan Lashun, Sonali Sadequee, Susan Sherman, Tanagra Melgarejo, Thaddeus Pham.
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A Concluding Note of Gratitude (and a Request!) from the Coordinators:
If you have feedback, comments, reflections on the guide, and/or would be willing to share how you are using it, please email email@example.com
We would love to see this type of work develop and expand within the public health field. As advocates for abolition with roots in anti-violence and harm reduction spaces in the US, we know that our own analysis, and this guide, have their own limits. It would be great to see other public health abolitionists take steps to develop additional sections like the one in this guide for areas where we have less experience:
Thank you again. We believe that abolitionist futures will bring us the health and care that public health practitioners work towards everyday.