The Review: Volume 43

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Although cloaked in the rhetoric of rehabilitation and restorative justice, prison industries have an ugly and disturbing history that is entwined with slavery and post-Civil War Reconstruction-era judicial policies. The continued racial disparities in the U.S. prison system require a

As I listened to their accounts, I began to understand that the low-income Latinx inhabitants of Boyle Heights not only possessed insightful and unconventional convictions about their property rights, but also of when their property seemed 'taken' in violation of