Category: repression

Violence Against the Press in Mexico

By Katherine Corcoran References 1. Committee to Protect Journalists 2. Why Did the Drug Cartels Go to War in Mexico, Journal of Comparative Political Studies, Aug. 2, 2017 by Guillermo Trejo and Sandra Ley 3.Federal Mechanism for Protection of Human Rights … Continue reading

Repression of Black Social Movements

By Crystal Nicole Eddins Even during times of ‘normalcy’, or non-protest cycles, African descendants’ structural realities are constrained and shaped by oppressive targeting due to pervasive, institutionalized racism and capitalist exploitation. Repression against black people’s resistance activities historically has been especially … Continue reading

Mass Violence, Ethnic Competition, and Social Movement Scholarship

For some time social scientists that study mass violence, right wing and repressive social movements, and interethnic and interracial competition have analyzed similar collective phenomena using quite different theoretical frameworks. Inattention to theoretical overlaps across these subfields has not prevented scholars … Continue reading

Aging Behind Bars

[Originally published on June 6th, 2013 on Criminaljusticedegreehub.com]

Tagged: aging, infographic, Mass incarceration, new Jim Crow, PIC, prison industrial complex, racial, racist prisons, repression, stric sentencing, US cages, US Prisons

Aging Behind Bars

[Originally published on June 6th, 2013 on Criminaljusticedegreehub.com]

Tagged: aging, infographic, Mass incarceration, new Jim Crow, PIC, prison industrial complex, racial, racist prisons, repression, stric sentencing, US cages, US Prisons

Aging Behind Bars

[Originally published on June 6th, 2013 on Criminaljusticedegreehub.com]

Tagged: aging, infographic, Mass incarceration, new Jim Crow, PIC, prison industrial complex, racial, racist prisons, repression, stric sentencing, US cages, US Prisons

Aging Behind Bars

[Originally published on June 6th, 2013 on Criminaljusticedegreehub.com]

Tagged: aging, infographic, Mass incarceration, new Jim Crow, PIC, prison industrial complex, racial, racist prisons, repression, stric sentencing, US cages, US Prisons