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Neil Websdale and Byron Johnson

     Posted on: January 20, 2014

Reducing Woman Battering: The Role of Structural Approaches According to Neil Websdale and Byron Johnson, intrafamilial violence directed against women is part of a set of structural relations and social practices that allow men to dominate, oppress, and exploit women. At its heart are the intersecting power relations of gender and ...

William Felice

     Posted on: January 20, 2014

The Copenhagen Summit: A Victory far the World Bank? William Felice discusses the role of Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and the World Bank at the U.N.'s World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen deals with key issues concerning the future of humanity and the planet. Overcoming obstacles to eradicating poverty worldwide, including ...

Catherine Connolly and Julie Tennant-Burt

     Posted on: January 20, 2014

The NAFTA Agreement and U.S. Labor Discrimination Catherine Connolly and Julie Tennant-Burt provide a research note that assesses the labor provisions of NAFTA, with implications for labor policy under Clinton. NAFTA provides for the elimination of all tariffs on goods originating in Mexico, Canada, and the United States and resulted in ...

Violence against Palestinian People: Not News

     Posted on: March 2, 2014

by A.J. Caro* At a Glance (Source: Amnesty International) Amnesty International documented the killing of 22 Palestinian civilians in the West Bank in 2013. At least four were children. According to the UN, more West Bank Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in 2013 than in 2011 and 2012 combined. In the last three years ...

Victoria Collins & Dawn Rothe

     Posted on: March 15, 2014

 

Harald Bauder

     Posted on: March 15, 2014

Possibilities of Open Borders and No Border An overarching constraint for free human mobility is that international political borders are only selectively permeable. Drawing on Ernst Bloch’s work on the possible, the author examines open-borders and no-border arguments and explores the conditions of their possibilities. Although open-borders and no-border narratives serve as a powerful ...

40th Anniversary Issue: Legacies of Radical Criminology in the US, Vol. 40:1-2

     Posted on: March 21, 2014

Legacies of Radical Criminology in the United States On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of our journal, we are proud to announce the release of a special issue examining the history and the future of radical criminology. Building upon an academic seminar on the legacy of the Berkeley School of Criminology, ...

20th Anniversary of the Genocide in Rwanda: An Interview with Mathilde Mukantabana

     Posted on: April 6, 2014

Mathilde Mukantabana, interviewed by Tony Platt* To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda on April 7th, a survivor, activist, and now diplomat discusses its personal and political legacies. The following interview took place at Mathilde Mukantabana’s home in Sacramento on May 30, 2013. It has been edited and abbreviated for ...

Reentry to Nothing #1 – Get a Job, Any Job

     Posted on: May 28, 2014

by Alessandro De Giorgi* The materials presented in this blog series draw from an ethnographic study on prisoner reentry I have been conducting between March 2011 and March 2014 in a neighborhood of West Oakland, California, plagued by chronically high levels of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, drug addiction, and street crime. In 2011, ...

Ferguson and Human Dignity

     Posted on: August 25, 2014

by Jonathan Simon* Michael Brown is to be buried today (August 25, 2014) in St. Louis, near his hometown of Ferguson, Missouri. As the world knows by now, two weeks ago the eighteen-year-old recent high-school graduate was shot six times and killed by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. Michael Brown was ...

Spaces of Suspicion and Forbidden Existence in Palestine

     Posted on: September 10, 2014

by Judah Schept* “The question is, how do you interpret the alley? Do you interpret it as a place, like every architect and every planner does, to walk through, or do you interpret it as a place forbidden to walk through? This depends only on interpretation. We interpreted the alley as ...

Mind Control: Censorship in Education

     Posted on: October 3, 2014

 by Rick Ayers* Banned books are back in the news. This is not simply because the American Library Association has just sponsored the annual Banned Books Week, but also because activist conservatives are once again whipping up cultural wars via censorship. It was not so long ago that the Tucson School Board banned ...

Reentry to Nothing #3 — Home, Sweet Home

     Posted on: February 9, 2015

by Alessandro De Giorgi* The materials presented in this blog series draw from an ethnographic study on prisoner reentry I have been conducting between March 2011 and March 2014 in a neighborhood of West Oakland, California, plagued by chronically high levels of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, drug addiction, and street crime. In 2011, ...

Brazil, an Urgent Situation

     Posted on: October 17, 2018

by Clifford Welch* The front-runner in Brazil’s upcoming presidential election refuses to debate his opponent. He prefers to generate and reproduce disinformation about his opponent without ever issuing an apology or correction. Sounds familiar? In fact, front-runner Jair Bolsonaro looks upon Donald Trump as his mentor, and Trump’s former campaign manager, ...

Reentry to Nothing #2 — The Working Poor

     Posted on: October 17, 2014

by Alessandro De Giorgi* The materials presented in this blog series draw from an ethnographic study on prisoner reentry I have been conducting between March 2011 and March 2014 in a neighborhood of West Oakland, California, plagued by chronically high levels of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, drug addiction, and street crime. In 2011, ...

Cuban Postcards

     Posted on: December 2, 2014

  by Margaret Randall* Editor’s note: Margaret Randall is a poet, essayist, photographer, and social activist, and she has authored more than 100 books. This is the excerpt of an essay narrating her 2011 return to Cuba, where she had lived throughout the 1970s. Her encounters with familiar as well as new sites and ...

Facing Blackface in the Netherlands

     Posted on: December 22, 2014

by Maartje van der Woude* I vividly remember how excited I was on December 5,1985—the national Dutch holiday of Saint Nicholas (Sinterklaas)—when as a five-year-old girl I painted my white face black and my lips bright red and put on black tights, black gloves, and brightly colored clothes, topped by a huge ...

Obama’s Task Force on Policing: Will It Be Different This Time?

     Posted on: February 28, 2015

Blog by Tony Platt* “There have been commissions before, there have been task forces, there have been conversations, and nothing happens,” said President Obama when he announced in December the creation of a blue-ribbon Task Force on 21st Century Policing to come up with solutions to the “simmering distrust that exists ...

NAFTA on Trial

     Posted on: April 16, 2015

by Peter Baird* Editor’s note: As a complement to the following blog, see the in-depth analysis of neoliberal economic change and authoritarianism in Mexico by Job Hernández Rodríguez in “Latin America Revisited,” Vol. 40-4 of Social Justice. During September 1–5, 2014, I attended and presented at a forum of the Mexican Chapter of ...

Eduardo Galeano, Latin America’s Social Justice Laureate

     Posted on: May 11, 2015

by Susanne Jonas* When legendary Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano died on April 13, 2015 at age 74, radio and television stations in many Latin American countries interrupted their regular programming to pay tribute. Argentina’s daily newspaper Página 12 published 33 tributes on April 15.  The headline in Mexico’s La Jornada read, ...

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