As the urban poor are displaced to metropolitan peripheries, policing and punishment have become more suburban.
Tag: Carceral State
Since 1892, the United States has deported more immigrants (over 57 million) than any other nation.
“Every single one of my articles has come from a question or a situation or a conversation with somebody who was either currently incarcerated or had been incarcerated.”
Whether tracking a migrant traveling thousands of miles or someone on parole at home, carceral tech is reaching into all walks of life.
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."
What is specific to or even unique about the condition of “rightlessness,” to the ...
What does it mean to make art with limited resources, under constant surveillance, when incarcerated in some of the most restrictive and punitive institutions in the modern American prison system ...
On a rainy day in December of 2013, I visited the Heritage Foundation, one of the country’s most prominent conservative think tanks, to talk about how to reform the criminal justice system. I sat at ...