Symposium Articles Published: UCLA Law Review, “Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race, and Criminalization”

Symposium Articles Published: UCLA Law Review, “Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race, and Criminalization.”

From Private Violence to Mass Incarceration: Thinking Intersectionally About Women, Race, and Social Control Kimberlé W. Crenshaw 1418
Prison, Foster Care, and the Systemic Punishment of Black Mothers Dorothy E. Roberts 1474
Blind Discretion: Girls of Color & Delinquency in the Juvenile Justice System Jyoti Nanda 1502
The New Racially Restrictive Covenant: Race, Welfare, and the Policing of Black Women in Subsidized Housing Priscilla A. Ocen 1540
Justice for Girls: Are We Making Progress? Francine T. Sherman 1584
Engendering Rape Kim Shayo Buchanan 1630
Uncomfortable Places, Close Spaces: Female Correctional Workers’ Sexual Interactions With Men and Boys in Custody Brenda V. Smith 1690
“In an Avalanche Every Snowflake Pleads Not Guilty”: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Incarceration and Impediments to Women’s Fair Housing Rights George Lipsitz 1746

-Thanks to Concurring Opinions Blog for the heads up!

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