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Challenging Criminalization Exhibits

Image: Sister Helen Prejean visiting the library before her core convocation and lecture, "Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues", on February 27, 2020. Photo by Rebecca McDonald.

Suggested Reading

Dead man walking : an eyewitness account of the death penalty in the United States / Helen Prejean
When they call you a terrorist : a Black Lives Matter memoir / Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele ; with a foreword by Angela Davis
The meaning of freedom / Angela Y. Davis
Solitary : unbroken by four decades in solitary confinement. My story of transformation and hope / Albert Woodfox
APB : artists against police brutality / edited by Bill Campbell, Jason Rodriguez, John Jennings
Pushout : the criminalization of Black girls in schools / Monique W. Morris
Prison land : mapping carceral power across neoliberal America / Brett Story
A bound woman is a dangerous thing : the incarceration of African American women from Harriet Tubman to Sandra Bland / DaMaris B. Hill
The end of policing / Alex S. Vitale
Excessive use of force : one mother's struggle against police brutality and misconduct / Loretta P. Prater
Locking up our own : crime and punishment in black America / James Forman Jr.
The killing state : capital punishment in law, politics, and culture / edited by Austin Sarat
Race to incarcerate : a graphic retelling / Sabrina Jones and Marc Mauer

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