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“Gangs” & Bio-Politics of Data, Part II
Oakland Gang Injunctions: Gentrification or Public Safety?
Arnold, E. (2011). Oakland Gang Injunctions: Gentrification or Public Safety? Race, Poverty & the Environment, 18(2), 70-74.
Dangerous or endangered? (Chapter 4)
Tilton, J. (2010). "Potential Thugs and Gangsters: Youth and the Spatial Politics of Urban Development" In Dangerous or endangered? : Race and the politics of youth in urban America. (pgs. 159-190; 32 pages).
The gang truce: A movement for social justice.
Stein, N. (1997). The gang truce: A movement for social justice. Social Justice, 24(4), 258-266.
Decarceration and justice disinvestment: Evidence from New York State
Martin, W. G. (2016). Decarceration and justice disinvestment: Evidence from New York State. Punishment & Society, 18(4), 479–504.
Need PDF from Professor
Martin, William G. “Introduction: From Mass Imprisonment to Decarceration and Justice Disinvestment,” pp. 1-15 in William G. Martin and Joshua Price, eds., After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment, Lanham. MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2016
Videos (not required)
“To poor people, prisoners, slaves, and the disenfranchised everywhere—through faith and theories put into practice, you can bend the most oppressive circumstances to your will, to make the impossible possible." -- Stan “Tookie” Williams’ Opening to Blue Rage, Black Redemption (2004).
Attribution: Goodman, Amy (Host) and Democracy Now. (2005, November 30). A Conversation with Death Row Prisoner Stanley Tookie Williams from his San Quentin Cell [Radio program] In Democracy Now