Vol. 7 Nbr. 6, November - November 2014
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- Critical criminology.
- The impact of mass incarceration on peoples of African descent: an interview with Dr. Raymond A. Winbush.
- The consequences of parental incarceration for African American mothers, children, and grandparent caregivers.
- Economic inequality, racism and trauma: growing up in racist combat zones and living in racist prisons.
- Racism, rodeos, and the misery industries of Louisiana.
- Preserving dignity: rethinking voting rights for U.S. prisoners, lessons from South Africa.
- Outside insiders: remember the time.
- Families of incarcerated African American men: the impact on mothers and children.