Sabina Vaught is professor and Director of the Kinloch Commons for Critical Pedagogy and Leadership in the School of Education. Her research considers carcerality and liberatory knowledge movements broadly and the race-gender labor and conquest relationships among schools, prisons, and insurgent communities specifically. Her most recent book, The School-Prison Trust (University of Minnesota Press) with Bryan Brayboy and Jeremiah Chin, constellates stories of Indigenous self-determination to examine interrelated histories of education and incarceration in the long war against Native peoples. She has taught for more than 30 years in public schools, prisons, universities, and community organizations. Among other projects at Pitt, she has developed the Freedom Seminar curriculum initiative.