Absurd at it will seem, this episode of prosecutorial overreach should not be laughed off, even with a first set of acquittals in hand. Its obscene falsity has within it a moment of truth.
The republication of If They Come in the Morning is an invitation to pick up the work documented in the book.
An open letter by French feminists and researchers into gender violence in opposition to a proposed law to make street harassment an infraction.
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Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi reports on a deportation in London in this excerpt from The Right to the City.
How the police endanger us and why we need to find an alternative. The End of Policing is 40% off until October 20, 23.59 PST
For too long the field of criminology in general, and police studies in particular, has cut itself off from larger questions of justice.
Outbreaks of mass violence must be understood as social problems in need of political solutions rather than criminal justice problems in need of more punishment.
The unprecedented prison expansion over the last four decades is inconceivable outside the context of mass antiracist and class struggle and the state’s crushing of the urban insurrections of the 1960s.
If we can place any reasonable hope in the Macron presidency, it is that everything is going to become very, very obvious. Which is to say, odious like never before.