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Frederic I. Solop and Nancy A. Wonders

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

The Politics of Inclusion: Private Voting Rights Under the Clinton Administration Frederic Solop and Nancy Wonders explore the historical developments that culminated in the passage of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993. This act, which expands ballot access by making voter registration services more widely available, became law because of ...

Campus Coalitions for Human Rights and Social Justice

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

California at a Crossroads: Social Strife or Social Unity? A series of public policy and ballot initiatives in the 1990s compelled Californians to choose between social peace and deepening struggle and growing violence between competing groups. The idea behind California's Proposition 187, which scapegoated undocumented immigrants, denied the state's dependence on ...

Dave Broad

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Globalization and the Casual Labor Problem: History and Prospects Dave Broad analyzes the structural transformation of the world labor market, including the growing prominence of part-time or temporary work, cost cutting through massive layoffs, subcontracting in the informal economy, and outsourcing from the developed centers to the Third World. Broad argues ...

Nahzeem Oluwafemi Mimiko

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Between Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia: The Abacha Coup, the National Conference, and Prospects for Peace and Democracy in Nigeria Human rights activists around the world have been monitoring the worst repression Nigeria has known since independence from Britain in 1960, including massive arrests, secret tribunals, and the possibility of executing opponents of ...

Nancy Scheper-Hughes

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Who's the Killer? Popular Justice and Human Rights in a South African Squatter Camp Anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes elaborates on her research concerning "everyday violence" in the Chris Hani squatter camp, which is based on exploratory fieldwork on the political transition in Franschhoek, a conservative South African farm community. This provocative article ...

Jacqueline Cabasso and Patrice Sutton

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Nuclear Weapons: Now and Forever? The Role of Laboratory-Based Testing in Maintaining Nuclear Weapons Department of Energy plans to spend ever more billions of dollars to construct and operate a system of new high-tech laboratory facilities to preserve its capacity to maintain test modify design and produce new nuclear weapons with ...

Rita Maran

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

After the Beijing Women's Conference: What Will Be Done? In two of the largest overlapping global gatherings ever held, 47,000 individuals attended the United Nations' Fourth World Conference on Women (FWCW) and its parallel event, the Non-Governmental Organizations' Forum on Women (NGO Forum) in China in September 1995. The FWCW, a ...

John Isbister

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Are Immigration Controls Ethical? John Isbister challenges Americans to reflect on the ethics involved in immigration issues. "Ethics" is not to be confused with interests. If we look only at interests, some Americans benefit while others can be negatively affected by immigration. Ethics, by contrast, implies a focus on the equal ...

J.C. Malone

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Riding the Non-Stop Immigration Roller Coaster (A True Story) J. C. Malone offers an experience-based story by a professional journalist and writer who recently emigrated from the Dominican Republic to Michigan. This poignant tale of his job-search odyssey is a testament to the human toll of the process, caused by anti-immigrant ...

David Bacon

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

For an Immigration Policy Based on Human Rights David Bacon builds on his grass-roots immigrant advocacy experience to counter the attack on the rights of undocumented immigrants. The author addresses the thorny issue of financial costs versus contributions made by undocumented immigrants to the system, exposing who pays and who benefits, ...

Michael Welch

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

The Immigration Crisis: Detention as an Emerging Mechanism of Social Control Michael Welch discusses the immigration crisis viewing detention as a form of social control. Detaining large numbers of undocumented immigrants is a relatively recent development in Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) policy. Until the 1980s, only those deemed likely to ...

Christopher Williams

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Environmental Victims: An Introduction Issue overview on the environmental justice movement. environmental justice movement, environmental protection, human rights, victims' rights, workers' rights Citation: Social Justice Vol. 23, No. 4 (1996): 1-6

Rosemarie Gillespie

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Ecocide, Industrial Chemical Contamination, and the Corporate Profit Imperative: The Case of Bougainville The case of RTZ in Bougainville should rank with the Union Carbide (Bhopal) poisoning in importance. Yet Bougainville is an isolated island in the South Pacific, far from the gaze of the media, and events are an embarrassment ...

Meena Singh

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Environmental Security and Displaced People in Southern Africa When nations are in political transition, environmental issues become a low public and state priority. The case of Central and Eastern Europe is an obvious example. There, although environmental activism played a part in bringing about political change leading to the events of ...

Barbara Dinham

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Introduction to the Charter of Rights Against Industrial Hazards: For Communities, Workers, and Protection of Their Environment The world has now acquired ample experience of industrial and environmental hazards. Lessons must be learned from these experiences so that those who have died and suffered will not have done so entirely in ...

Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Industrial Hazards and Human Rights

     Posted on: April 30, 2016

Charter on Industrial Hazards and Human Rights Signs of optimism about environmental justice come in the form of the Charter of Rights Against Industrial Hazards. Hope does not derive simply from the Charter itself; if anything, it is further evidence of a seemingly intractable problem. It comes from the extraordinary success ...

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 ...

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 ...

Vol. 43-1 Miscellaneous

     Posted on: August 16, 2016

This issue brings together articles on prisoner reentry, judicial override in capital cases, self-determination for African descendants in Brazil, reintegrating deported migrants in Jamaica, the global war on drugs, and the Chilean New Song movement. TABLE OF CONTENTS “Punishment’s Twin”: Theorizing Prisoner Reentry for a Politics of Abolition Renée M. Byrd The Problem of ...

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