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The new abolitionists : (neo) slave narratives and contemporary prison writings

Author: Joy James
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2005.
Series: SUNY series, philosophy and race.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joy James
ISBN: 0791464857 9780791464854 0791464865 9780791464861
OCLC Number: 56085865
Description: xlii, 337 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Folsom, August 11th: a question of races / Pancho Aguila --
Introduction: democracy and captivity / Joy James --
Prison etiquette / Dachine Rainer, Holley Cantine --
Notes on the prison community / Bernard Phillips --
The criminalization of poverty in capitalist America (abridged) / Jalil Muntaqim --
Control unit prisons: deceit and folly in modern dungeons / Bill Dunne --
Trouble coming every day: ADX, the first year / Raymond Luc Levasseur --
Behind the mirror's face / Paul St. John --
A call for the abolition of prisons / Tiyo Attallah Salah-El --
Women in prison: how we are / Assata Shakur --
Women casualties of the drug war / Susan Rosenberg --
Reflections on the black woman's role in the community of slaves (abridged) / Angela Y. Davis --
Killers / Prince Imari A. Obadele (Shemuel ben-Yahweh) --
Men against sexism / Ed Mead --
The American indian in the white man's prisons: a story of genocide / Little Rock Reed --
A people's revolt for power and up-turn in the black condition: an appeal and a challenge / Imari Abubakari Obadele I --
To my baby's children / Prince Imari A. Obadele (Shemuel ben-Yaweh) --
King Tone's diary / Antonio Fernandez (King Tone) --
Let's "gang-up" on oppression: youth organizations and the struggle for power in oppressed communities / Yaki (James Sayles) --
A life lived, deliberately / Mumia Abu-Jamal --
Live from the Panopticon: architecture and power revisited. Charles Baxter ... (et al.) --
On prisons and prisoners / Angela Y. Davis (with Leslie DiBenedetto) --
An interview with George Jackson / George Jackson (with Karen Wald) --
The Black Panthers: an interview with Geronimo ji Jaga Pratt / Geronimo ji Jaga (Elmer Pratt) (with Heike Kleffner) --
"You have to be intimate with your despair": a conversation with Viet Mike Ngo (San Quentin State Prison, E21895) / Viet Mike Ngo (with Dylan Rodríguez) --
Cruel but not unusual: the punishment of women in U.S. prisons / Marilyn Buck, Laura Whitehorn (with Susie Day) --
An interview with Shaka Sankofa (Gary Graham) / Shaka Sankofa (Gary Graham with Larvester Gaither) --
Engaged in life: Alan Berkman on prison health care (as told to Susie Day) / Alan Berkman --
"It's too bad the soil couldn't cry out from the blood shed upon it" / Philip Berrigan (with Amy Goodman, Jeremy Scahill).
Series Title: SUNY series, philosophy and race.
Responsibility: edited and introduction by Joy James.
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