A revolutionary critique of the “lynching” charge against Black Lives Matter activist Jasmine Richards and how it reveals the racism endemic to U.S. society and spotlights the revolutionary Black youth fighting against it.
The Berkeley Human Rights Center hosted a talk, “The (In)Justice System: Incarceration, Education, and Reentry: Reversing the School-to-Prison Pipeline,” part of a series about imprisonment, arbitrary and racist “mass incarceration.” The primary purpose—to create different realities for the incarcerated, the formerly incarcerated, and those yet to be incarcerated—was not made central.
An article by a formerly incarcerated person who gives a critical review of a conference on the criminal (in)justice system that leaves out the heart of the issue because it leaves out those most impacted by incarceration.
World in View
by Gerry Emmett
Racism in Arizona
Arizona’s effort to ban ethnic studies continues with attacks on Tucson’s Mexican American studies program. The Right proposes to ban works ranging from Shakespeare’s The Tempest to Sandra Cisneros’ Woman Hollering Creek. Some of the books banned from ethnic studies courses will be allowed for use in other, college [=>]