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Bernard Headley and Dragon Milovanovic

     Posted on: August 17, 2016

Rights and Reintegrating Deported Migrants for National Development: The Jamaican Model In May 2014, 32 international scholars in law, human rights, philosophy, and the social sciences met in conference at Boston College to fine tune a 33-article Convention, drafted by the College's Law School Post-Deportation Human Rights Project, on the rights ...

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 ...

David Gilbert

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

“These Criminals Have No Respect for Human Life” Gilbert provides a first-hand account of a May 1990 disciplined and widely supported protest action at Attica over the killing of a black prisoner. The article also assesses changes in the values and attitudes of guards and prisoners at Attica since 1971. The ...

Joe Sim

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

“We Are Not Animals, We Are Human Beings”: Prisons, Protest, and Politics in England and Wales, 1969-1990 This article discusses the policy implications of the disastrous road of warehousing a growing underclass. In both the UK and United States, understaffing, gross overcrowding, and a general deterioration in the quality of prison ...

Martin B. Miller

     Posted on: August 28, 2016

A Heartless Anatomy of Five Prison Riots The reviewer argues that authors Bert Useem and Peter Kimbal seriously search for the causes of prison riots, but etiology is a trap that has seduced many a scholar. The climate of fear, hatred, and destruction that pervades prison life is publicly exposed when ...

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

     Posted on: September 8, 2016

NOTE: OUT OF PRINT. DIGITAL EDITION ONLY. On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Attica rebellion, we are offering free access to a seminal interview with Michel Foucault following his visit to the prison (follow link in the table of contents below). Our classic 1991 commemorative issue, now available in digital format, provides a retrospective on the ...

Trump’s New Amigo

     Posted on: September 14, 2016

by Juan José Gutiérrez* A los tiranos no se les apacigua, a los tiranos se les enfrenta Tyrants are not to be appeased, but confronted. Enrique Krauze, on the recent visit of Donald Trump to Mexico The rather abrupt visit of Donald Trump to Mexico on the last day of August 2016 was as ...

Why I Will Vote No on California’s Death Penalty Initiatives

     Posted on: October 31, 2016

In light of recent controversies among progressives and radicals concerning Prop. 62, which would abolish the death penalty in California and replace it with life without parole, we are hosting two pieces that look at the hard issues surrounding death penalty and explain the reasons for voting Yes or for voting ...

Donald Trump and Immigration: A Few Predictions

     Posted on: January 16, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Ray Michalowski* As the great Yankee’s baseball catcher and American philosopher Yogi Berra once said, “Only a fool would make predictions. Especially about the future.” With that ...

Punishment and Policing in the Trump Era

     Posted on: January 9, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump's election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Michelle Brown* In the days to come under the Trump presidency, the United States will move toward the end goal of any carceral regime: ...

Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Bracing for Trump’s Anti-Worker, Corporate Agenda

     Posted on: January 10, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump's election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Colin Jenkins* Rich people don’t have to have a life-and-death relationship with the truth and its questions; they can ignore the truth and still thrive ...

Statement of the SJ Editorial Board on the Election of Donald Trump

     Posted on: January 8, 2017

Dear Readers and Friends:We all started 2017 with a heavy heart. The election of Donald Trump has cast a shadow on the days ahead of us, and his first appointments to the highest offices in the country have fueled our indignation and confirmed our fears. We fear the retrenchment of civil rights and women's rights ...

Donald Trump and Race

     Posted on: January 11, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Jason Williams* The ascendency of Donald Trump to the highest office in the United States was for some a surprise, and for others something that could have ...

Social Justice, Environmental Destruction, and the Trump Presidency: A Criminological View

     Posted on: January 12, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • •  by Michael J. Lynch, Paul B. Stretesky, Michael A. Long, and Kimberly L. Barrett* We represent three generations of scholars who study environmental crime, law and justice, and the ...

Orange is the New Green: The Environmental Justice Implications of Trump’s EPA

     Posted on: January 12, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Jordan E. Mazurek* Let’s start by ripping that big orange band-aid off. This piece will not make you hopeful. The environmental justice movement—that is, the grassroots movement ...

Trump’s Health Care Agenda

     Posted on: January 19, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Thomas Bodenheimer* The nomination of Tom Price to be Secretary of Health and Human Services and of Seema Verma to run the Medicare and Medicaid programs ensures ...

Some Aspects of the Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy

     Posted on: January 18, 2017

This post is part of a series on the possible impacts of Trump’s election on a variety of social justice issues. Click here to read more. • • • by Gregory Shank* In 2016, Donald Trump’s right-wing populism splintered the coalition constituting the Republican Party and coopted issues that set apart the most vibrant wing of the ...

Insurgent Politics against Authoritarian Neoliberalism

     Posted on: April 26, 2017

by Alessandro De Giorgi* In a much-quoted segment from the Prison Notebooks, Italian communist intellectual Antonio Gramsci outlined his famous definition of a crisis of hegemony: If the ruling class has lost its consensus, i.e., is no longer “leading” but only “dominant,” exercising coercive force alone, this means precisely that the great ...

Politics on Empty Stomachs: Palestinian Prisoners Demand Dignity and Self-Determination

     Posted on: May 23, 2017

by Smadar Ben-Natan* Amidst President Trump's visit to Israel this Monday, a Palestinian general strike of three hours and clashes with Israeli military forces were meant to express Palestinian Solidarity with hunger striking prisoners and help achieve their demands. Few prisoners' mothers also declared a hunger strike. As President Trump left ...

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