Special Section, continued from Winter 2015 issue
Racism, Capitalism, and the Continuing Struggle for Justice
Historically, the American justice system has refused to hold accountable police officers responsible for murder. This reality, and the fact of abuse and brutality as the modus operandi of policing in poor and working-class areas, was the catalyst of many of the “race rebellions” of the twentieth century. This century has been no different.
From The Editors
The Fire This Time: Racism, Capitalism, and the Continuing Struggle for Justice
Historicizing Ferguson: Police Violence, Domestic Warfare, and the Genesis of a National Movement against State-Sanctioned Violence, Donna Murch
Black Protests Matter: An Interview with . . .
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