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The Kerner Report’s 50th Anniversary: An Occasion to Rewrite History

     Posted on: March 7, 2018

by Tony Platt* Anniversaries provide many opportunities for revisionist and wishful thinking about the past. The 50th anniversary of the Kerner Report is no exception. The new mythology remakes the Kerner Commission as a bastion of liberal democracy and enlightened social science, betrayed by a political system, especially President Johnson, that succumbed ...

“Millions and Millions of Lulas”: A Post from Brazil

     Posted on: April 17, 2018

by Clifford Welch* Thirty-eight years ago, in April, 1980 Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva went to jail for the first time. On April 7, 2018, the former president of Brazil, one of the most beloved politicians in the world, went to jail for the second time. Both times the metalworkers union ...

The Mexican Breakthrough

     Posted on: September 6, 2018

by John M. Ackerman* The historic victory of Andrés Manuel López Obrador in the July 1st Mexican presidential election stands out as a beacon of hope amidst the turbulent sea of contemporary global politics. The collapse of the post–Cold War political establishment has conjured up a panoply of increasingly strange and ...

Lisa Guenther

     Posted on: October 17, 2018

Prison Beds and Compensated Man-Days: The Spatio-Temporal Order of Carceral Neoliberalism  The Trousdale Turner Correctional Center is a 2,600-bed private prison owned and operated by CoreCivic, formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America. It is located in Hartsville, Tennessee, on the former site of the Hartsville Nuclear Plant and PowerCom Industrial ...

Melissa Archer Alvaré

     Posted on: October 17, 2018

Gentrification and Resistance: Racial Projects in the Neoliberal Order Gentrification amplifies the precarity of marginalized people of color and reproduces white supremacy as neighborhoods are redeveloped in accord with affluent actors’ interests. Representations of poor Black communities as blighted neighborhoods inhabited by dangerous criminals and welfare queens demonize residents and construct ...

Like We Weren’t Worth Saving

     Posted on: January 7, 2019

How the Camp Fire Was a Social Disaster by Michael J. Coyle* The Camp Fire, which crushed the lives and livelihoods of the 30,000 residents of the town of Paradise, California, was not just a natural disaster. It was a social tragedy rooted in inequality and injustice. The Camp Fire is but another ...

Passive Revolution and the Movement against Mass Incarceration: From Prison Abolition to Redemption Script

     Posted on: May 9, 2019

by William I. Robinson & Oscar Fabian Soto* At a recent conference that brought together academics and activists from the movement against mass incarceration, one of the authors of this commentary, Oscar Soto, sat through several days of presentations on the current state of the prison reform movement and future directions ...

Vol. 45-4 – Penal Abolition: Challenging Boundaries

     Posted on: December 15, 2019

Penal Abolition: Challenging Boundaries edited by Michael J. Coyle & Judah Schept The present issue’s focus reflects abolition’s foundational questioning of the material boundaries of capitalist societies—borders, prisons, property—as well as the matériel of those boundaries—barbed wire, cages, fences, walls, and increasingly their electronic manifestations. Whereas some reform efforts aim to ...

Vol. 46-2/3 – Policing the Protest Cycle of the 2010s

     Posted on: July 19, 2020

Please note: This issue has not been published yet. You may purchase a digital copy for immediate download or pre-order a printed copy below (shipping in September 2020). Policing the Protest Cycle of the 2010s edited by Manuel Maroto, Ignacio González-Sánchez, and José A. Brandariz This special issue analyzes the cycle of protests that ...

Vol. 47-3/4 — A Critical Theory of Police Power

     Posted on: August 22, 2021

A Critical Theory of Police Power in the Twenty-First Century edited by Mark Neocleous and the Anti-security Collective This special issue advances a critical theory of police power focusing on the inextricable link between the violence of police, the organization of the state, and the reproduction of capital. Analyzing police power from different perspectives and at ...

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