Marable, Manning

Racializing Justice, Disenfranchising Lives

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Manning Marable

Part I. The Criminal Justice System and the New Racial Domain

2. The Hypercriminalization of Black and Latino Male Youth in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Victor M. Rios

3. Reconstructing Race and Crime: The Radical Tradition Revisited
Tony Platt

4. The Condemnation of Little B
Elaine Brown

5. The Rockefeller Drug Laws
Robert Gangi

6. Racism and Capital Punishment
George Kendall

7. “In Defense of Mumia”: the Political Economy of Race, Class, Gender, and Social Death
Leonard Weinglass

Part II. Women, Violence, and Incarceration

8. The Effect of the Prison-Industrial Complex on African American Women
Natalie J. Sokoloff

9. Toward a Black Feminist Liberation Agenda: Race, Gender, and Violence
Kristen Clarke

10. The Female Bogeyman: Political Implications of Criminalizing Black Women
Julia S. Jordan-Zacherys

11. A Bad Relationship: Violence in the Lives of Incarcerated Black Women
Nikki Jones

Part III. Racism, Law, and Public Policy

12. Reassessing Race Specificity in American Law and Public Policy
Lorenzo Morris, Donn G. Davis

13. “Tell the Court I Love My [Indian] Wife”: Interrogating Race and Self-Identity in Loving V. Virginia
Arica L. Coleman

14. Resistance, Redemption, and Transformation: African American and Latino Prisoners Living With the HIV/AIDS Virus
Laura T. Fishman

15. The Cactus that Must Not be Mistaken for a Pillow: White Racial Formation Among Latinos
Daniel A. Rochmes, G. A. Elmer Griffin

Part IV. Voting Rights and Disenfranchisement

16. Unfit to Vote: A Racial Analysis of Felon Disenfranchisement Laws
Keesha M. Middlemass

17. Felon Voting Rights and the Disenfranchisement of African Americans
Christopher Uggen, Jeff Manza, Angela Behrans

18. Jim Crow is Alive and Well in the Twenty-First Century: Felony Disenfranchisement and the Continuing Struggle to Silence the African American Voice
Ryan Scott King

Part V. First Person: Inside U.S. Prisons

19. “A True Democracy”: Talking with Eddie Ellis
Blanca Vázquez

20. Manipulator Under Manipulation SHHH: muMs
Geoff K. Ward

21. The Longest Hour
Craig Davis

22. “From Object to Subject”: Jazz Hayden
Russell Rickford

23. Political Riddles: Bitten, Seduced, and Fooled
Alejo Dao’ud

24. A Victim to Passion
Robert Sanchez

25. What Does the Ghetto Mean?
Robert Sanchez

Part VI. Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex

26. State of Emergency
Angela Y. Davis

27. From Punishment to Rehabilitation: Empowering African American Youth
Monique Williams, Isis Sapp-Grant

28. Crime Prevention in the African American Community: Lessons Learned From the Nation of Islam
Shaun L. Gabbidon

29. New York Theological Seminary Prison Program: Sing-Sing Correctional Facility our Context
Manning Marable, Ian Steinberg, Keesha Middlemass

30. Wesley Robert Wells and the Civil Rights Congress Campaign
Theodore Hamm

31. Prepared to Govern Justly
Van Jones

Part VII. Conclusion: The Color of Justice

32. The Carceral States of America
Keesha M. Middlemass

Keywords: Social Sciences, Ethnicity Studies, Social Structure, Social Inequality, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, African American Culture

Publication year
The Critical Black Studies Series
Page amount
394 pages
Printed ISBN

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