We can build a society where children and families are strengthened and supported, not surveilled and separated.
Join a national conversation about family policing abolition. Leave equipped to take action in your community.
upEND Movement invites you to submit Afrofuturist-inspired visual art, poetry, and short works of fiction to our first creative publication, Dream, Create, Liberate: A Future Without Family Policing.
Season 1 will be releasing episodes biweekly starting in September. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.
Take a self-guided course on family policing’s history, present, and abolitionist future. This is a companion to The upEND Podcast.
Do proposed reforms to family policing further entrench systemic harms or do they create a society where the need for a family policing system is obsolete?
This report aims to highlight for the Human Rights Committee key areas in which the U.S. government has failed to uphold its human rights commitments under the ICCPR regarding its separation of children from their parents and families, and the resulting harms inflicted on them by the immigration and family policing systems.
Josie Duffy Rice, journalist, writer, law school graduate, and podcast host will talk with Alan Dettlaff about his new book, “Confronting the Racist Legacy of the American Child Welfare System.”
ICWA is an essential tool to maintain the preservation of Indigenous families and to ensure tribal sovereignty is respected.