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Why Some Like the New Jim Crow So Much. by Greg Thomas

Why Some Like the New Jim Crow So Much. by Greg Thomas

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Why Some Like THE NEW JIM CROW So Much
Posted by Jared A. Ball on April 26, 2012
Greg Thomas offers up a strong and important critique of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Michelle Alexander’s book has taken many by storm and been credited by many as reigniting an important discussion around the hyper incarceration of Black and Brown communities. But what histories does the book omit or distort? What politics are used to interpret the subject? And what of the book’s suggested solutions to the crisis and associated crises?
http://www.voxunion.com/why-some-like-the-new-jim-crow-so-much/
Why Some Like THE NEW JIM CROW So Much
Posted by Jared A. Ball on April 26, 2012
Greg Thomas offers up a strong and important critique of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Michelle Alexander’s book has taken many by storm and been credited by many as reigniting an important discussion around the hyper incarceration of Black and Brown communities. But what histories does the book omit or distort? What politics are used to interpret the subject? And what of the book’s suggested solutions to the crisis and associated crises?
http://www.voxunion.com/why-some-like-the-new-jim-crow-so-much/

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Posted byJared A. Ballon April 26, 2012Greg Thomasoffers up a strong and important critique of 
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
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Michelle Alexander’s book has taken many by
storm and been credited by many as reigniting an important discussion around the hyperincarceration of Black and Brown communities. But what histories does the book omit or
distort? What politics are used to interpret the subject? And what of the book’s suggested
solutions to the crisis and associated crises?
 
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