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Educational Reform and Repression in Mexico

     Posted on: June 22, 2016

by Maurice Rafael Magaña* June 14, 2016, marked the 10-year anniversary of the beginning of a popular uprising in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The Oaxacan social movement of 2006 formed following the violent eviction of striking teachers from their labor union’s encampment in the zócalo (main plaza) of Oaxaca ...

Unpacking “Rape Culture” after Stanford and Beyond

     Posted on: July 6, 2016

by Anastasia Powell* Most of the time victims of sexual violence are silenced, their experiences minimized, or their realities ignored entirely. Perhaps that is why the victim’s impact statement in the high-profile Stanford case has been so widely shared in both print media and online. When you think about it, we ...

Hot in Cleveland: Dispatches from the RNC

     Posted on: July 18, 2016

by Bob Barber* In this series of dispatches, veteran Bay Area journalist Bob Barber shares his impressions and views from the streets of Cleveland, Ohio, during the Republican National Convention. • Friday, July 14 It's hot here in Cleveland, like in the 80s with the predictable humidity. Just like those good old summer days ...

Academic Boycott and Academic Activism: Progressives for Palestine

     Posted on: August 1, 2016

by Sunaina Maira* In 2016, a bill targeting organizations that choose to divest from Israel, AB 2844, was proposed in the California state legislature. In 2015, New York Governor Mario Cuomo also issued an executive order creating a blacklist of organizations that support Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel. This ...

Back to Academia, in Struggle

     Posted on: August 15, 2016

by Michelle Brown* University administrators, colleagues, liberal progressive politicians, and all of us whose positionality is safely constituted within systems of white supremacy more often than not actively resist unlearning dominance even as we lay claim to a knowing expertise of and paternalistic benevolence for the oppressed. At the University of ...

Brazil’s Constitutional Coup: Dilma in the Crosshairs

     Posted on: August 24, 2016

by Cliff Welch* While Olympic athletes faced victory and defeat along the putrid shores of Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay, on the shores of sparkly Lake Paranoá in Brasilia, Brazil’s 36th president, Dilma Rousseff, faced only defeats as her enemies moved to impeach her. The most recent contest was lost on ...

Vol. 18-3 Attica: 1971-1991 — A Commemorative Issue

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

This issue provides a retrospective on the Attica rebellion, an assessment of prisoner struggles in the United States, Canada, England and Wales, and Japan since 1971, and thoughts on a new penology for the 1990s. It is of enduring historical value. TABLE OF CONTENTS Attica: The “Bitter Lessons” Forgotten? Robert P. Weiss, Editor ...

Robert P. Weiss

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

“The Order of Attica” After the “disturbance,” the Attica convicts were stripped naked in the yard and made to crawl, with faces to the ground, back to their cells and thus relegated back “in place” as objects in the “order of things.” The “order” of Attica was an example of what ...

John Lowman and Brian MacLean

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Prisons and Protest in Canada John Lowman and Brian MacLean report 69 major prison “disturbances” in the mid-1970s. In the 1980s alone in the United States, there were dozens of serious disturbances and, although many were not progressive, some showed prisoner unity and politicality. If the rationale for prison has changed ...

Elmer H. Johnson

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

Managing Prisoners in Japan: “Attica” Is Not Probable The author provides a national example that differs greatly from the situation in the UK, Canada, and the United States. Japanese prisons are relatively tranquil; aggression against staff and other convicts is rare, and riots are unheard of. Certainly, the very close supervision, ...

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