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Policing the planet : why the policing crisis led to Black Lives Matter

Author: Jordan T Camp; Christina Heatherton
Publisher: London : Verso, 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A probing collection of essays and interviews addressing police brutality and racial injustice.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jordan T Camp; Christina Heatherton
ISBN: 9781784783167 1784783161
OCLC Number: 987418516
Description: vii, 301 sider, tavler
Contents: Indhold: Thug nation : on state violence and disposability / Robin D.G. Kelley. #BlackLivesMatter and global visions of abolition : an interview with Patrisse Cullors ; Policing the crisis of indigenous lives : an interview with the Red nation / Christina Heatherton. Broken windows at Blue's : a queer history of gentrification and policing / Christina B. Hanhardt. Ending broken windows policing in New York city : an interview with Joo-Hyun Kang ; Total policing and the global surveillance empire today : an interview with Arun Kundnani ; Asset stripping and broken windows policing on LA's Skid Row : an interview with Becky Dennison and Pete White ; Resisting state violence in the era of mass deportation : an interview with Mizue Aizeki ; How liberals legitimate broken windows : an interview with Naomi Murakawa ; We charge genocide : an interview with Breanna Champion, Page May, and Asha Rosa Ransby-Sporn ; Poetry and the political imagination : an interview with Martín Espada / Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton. The Baltimore uprising / Anjali Kamat. Mano dura contra el crimen and premature death in Puerto Rico / Marisol Lebrón. Policing place and taxing time on Skid Row / George Lipsitz. The emergence of command and control policing in neoliberal New York / Alex S. Vitale and Brian Jordan Jefferson. Beyond Bratton / Ruth Wilson Gilmore and Craig Gilmore. They're not solving the problem, they're displacing it : an interview with Alex Sanchez / Steven Osuna. Community policing reconsidered : From Ferguson to Baltimore / Justin Hansford. "Broken windows is no the Panacea" : common sense, good sense, and police accountability in American cities / Don Mitchell, Kafui Attoh, and Lynn A. Staeheli. The magical life of broken windows / Rachel Herzing. This ends badly : race and capitalism / Vijay Prashad

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