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A WARM EMBRACE. Smith, Phillip Essay Nov 1, 2017 1335
"I do feel the fire!": The transformations of prison-based Black male converts to Islam in South Central, Malcolm X, and Oz. Copeland, Kameron J. Critical essay Apr 1, 2017 16397
Prison's open--and hidden--wounds for black men. Aug 1, 2016 391
The impact of mass incarceration on peoples of African descent: an interview with Dr. Raymond A. Winbush. Von Robertson, Ray Interview Nov 1, 2014 1868
The consequences of parental incarceration for African American mothers, children, and grandparent caregivers. Ruiz, Dorothy Smith; Kopak, Albert Nov 1, 2014 5909
Still not easy being an African-American: African-Americans constitute 13% of the US population but 40% of its prison inmates. experts attribute this alarming situation to racial discrimination perpetrated by America's criminal justice system against black people. In this piece, lfa Kamau Cush looks at the effect America's judicial perfidy has had on the African-American population. Cush, Ifa Kamau Essay Dec 1, 2013 1638
Black prisoners, white law. Chrisman, Robert Essay Sep 22, 2013 1471
A cautionary tale: black women, criminal justice, and HIV. Browne-Marshall, Gloria J. Mar 22, 2012 11938
African American men and the prison industrial complex. Smith, Earl; Hattery, Angela J. Report Dec 22, 2010 7361
Racialized criminality and the imprisoned trans body: adjudicating access to gender-related medical treatment in prisons. Vitulli, Elias Essay Mar 22, 2010 7244
How the Census counts prisoners: significant political stakes. Peirce, Neal Mar 15, 2010 815
Etheridge. Pape, Greg Poem Nov 1, 2009 193
Most HIV-positive inmates not exposed in prison. Brief article Jun 1, 2006 205
Lifetime felony disenfranchisement in Florida, Texas, and Iowa: symbolic and instrumental law. Sennott, Christie; Galliher, John F. Law overview Mar 22, 2006 7546
Relation between incarceration and race disparities in U.S. HIV rates explored in study. Jan 12, 2006 326
Associations and predictors of incarcerated African American father's relationship with their children. Alexander, Rudolph, Jr. Report Dec 22, 2005 5275
Incarceration rates fuel economic crisis: funds for black communities dip as prison populations rise. (National News). Holmes, Tamara E. Aug 1, 2003 384
Johnson v. State of California. Brief Article May 1, 2003 240
Managing mercy: African Americans, parole and paternalism in the Georgia prison system 1919-1945. Garton, Stephen Mar 22, 2003 14068
Todd v. Graves. Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 102
Re/constructing Black masculinity in prison. Nandi, M. Sep 22, 2002 7709
Wisconsin incarcerates more African-Americans. (State to State). Harry, Jennifer L. Brief Article May 1, 2002 209
U.S. appeals court exhaustion PLRA-Prison litigation reform act. (Access to Court). Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 183
U.S. appeals court officer on prisoner assault. (Failure to Protect). Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 183
U.S. appeals court PLRA-prison litigation reform act exhaustion. (Grievance Procedures, Prisoner). Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 183
American Prisons and the African-American Experience: A History of Social Control and Racial Oppression. Johnson, Robert (English judge) Sep 1, 2000 6184
Captive audience. McCORMICK, PATRICK Jun 1, 2000 1592
The Shocking Plight Of Black Women Prisoners. Davis, Kimberly Jun 1, 2000 2249
The Drug War's Color Line : Black leaders shift stances on sentencing. Davidson, Joe Sep 20, 1999 1603
The Death Penalty Debate: ARE WE KILLING INNOCENT BLACK MEN? Whitaker, Charles May 1, 1999 2176
Extra credit. Shepard, Alicia C. Jun 1, 1997 4816
'Get tough' policies are leading more to prison: our nation has a growing vested interest in keeping millions of Americans behind bars. Editorial Jan 31, 1997 1020
We love our prisons more than prisoners. Ruether, Rosemary Radford Column Jan 10, 1997 1072
Doing time, marking race. Wideman, John Edgar Cover Story Oct 30, 1995 1552
Black people and secure psychiatric facilities. Boast, Neil; Chesterman, Paul Mar 22, 1995 8336
The ordeal of James Brown; "Godfather of Soul" says a White would've received lighter sentence. Turner, Renee D. Cover Story Jul 1, 1991 1467
B-block days and nightmares. Jamal, Mumia Abu Apr 23, 1990 1109
Legal lynching in Louisiana: the case that refuses to die. Nossiter, Adam Mar 12, 1990 2773

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