As the urban poor are displaced to metropolitan peripheries, policing and punishment have become more suburban.
Whether tracking a migrant traveling thousands of miles or someone on parole at home, carceral tech is reaching into all walks of life.
Landlords’, bosses’ and schools’ intrusion of surveillance technologies into the home extends the carceral state into domestic space.
What words politicians say matters. But which words they use is often the result not of individual choices, but of collective action over years.
Revealing the multiple histories of disability justice can expand how we think of and design the places we build.
"I see disadvantaged defendants’ cultivated expertise as accurate, even though it is often invalidated and punished."
For poet Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, as for the Black Romantics, history is the repetition of anti-Black violence that has yet to be abolished.