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Freed from prison in 2018, Richie Reseda is an abolitionist-feminist producer and organizer.
Richie founded Question Culture, the social-impact record label who co-executive-produced the Defund The Sheriff Album in 2020 featuring Vic Mensa, Lauren Juaregui and more. He is also the founder of Success Stories, the transformational feminist program for incarcerated men chronicled in the CNN documentary The Feminist on Cell Block Y. He co-founded Initiate Justice, which organizes people directly impacted by incarceration to change laws to end it. Richie works closely with Black Lives Matter, Inspire Justice and more, to transform narratives and upend systems of oppression.
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