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In this conversation, the Futures Initiative highlights the urgent need for abolition and decolonial education and shares strategies from across the globe. Marianna Poyares (The New School), Zandi Radebe (University of South Africa), Cleopatra Funzani Mtembu (University of Johannesburg), Zee Dempster (Graduate Center, CUNY), Eve Tuck (Ontario Institute for Education Studies), and Arianna Martinez (LaGuardia Community College, CUNY) (re)focuses our collective attention on how the university can be repurposed to serve the larger public towards liberatory ends. The discussion is moderated by Allison Guess (Futures Initiative Fellow, GC Doctoral Student in Earth and Environmental Sciences; Geography). This event was part of The Futures Initiative’s ongoing series The University Worth Fighting For featuring conversations tying student-centered, engaged pedagogical practices to institutional change, race, equality, gender, and social justice.