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Nia T. Evans

Nia is a Black Voices in the Public Sphere fellow at Boston Review, where she writes about race, gender, politics, and policing. She holds a master’s degree from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. Her writing and research has been featured in SlateThe Hill, NPR, Vox, the Washington Post, and USA Today. You can find her on Twitter at @niatonitone.

The system’s roots aren’t in rescuing children, but in the policing of Black, Indigenous, and poor families.

Dorothy Roberts Nia T. Evans

We need to reckon with police lies not only as a form of individual misconduct but as a matter of political speech.

Nia T. Evans

The authors of Abolition. Feminism. Now. discuss why racialized state violence and gender-based violence have to be fought together.

Angela Y. Davis Gina Dent Erica R. Meiners Beth E. Richie Nia T. Evans

An interview with Derecka Purnell about her new book Becoming Abolitionists, how we should think about the systems that produce violence, and, ultimately, the resources that will allow people to live safely.

Derecka Purnell Nia T. Evans