6 edition of Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice found in the catalog.
May 1, 2006 by University of Texas Press .
Written in English
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Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice uses oral history to chronicle the lives of twenty-four Chicana pintas (prisoners/former prisoners) repeatedly arrested and incarcerated for non-violent, low-level economic and drug-related crimes. It also provides the first documentation of the thirty-four-year history of Sybil Brand Institute, Los Angeles Cited by: Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice book.
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This first comprehensive study of Chicanas encountering the U.S. criminal justice system is set within the context of the international war on drugs as witnessed at street level in Chicana/o barrios.
Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice uses oral history Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice book chronicle the lives of twenty-four Chicana pintas (prisoners/former prisoners) repeatedly arrested and incarcerated for non-violent, low 5/5(1).
Chicana Lives primarily focuses on the experiences of Chicanas with the California criminal justice system. The criminal justice system as here understood includes those "organizations responsible for passing criminal laws, preventing crime, and apprehending, processing, and supervising offenders" (Kratcoski and Walker ).
This first comprehensive study of Chicanas encountering the U.S. criminal justice system is set within the context of the international war on drugs as witnessed at street level in Chicana/o barrios. Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice uses oral history to chronicle the lives of twenty-four Chicana pintas (prisoners/former prisoners) repeatedly.
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Chicana Lives and Criminal Justice: Voices from El Barrio by Juanita Diaz-Cotto About this title: "This book is a groundbreaking addition to the fields of criminology, women's studies, and Latina/o studies, as well as to the broader disciplines of qualitative sociology and cultural anthropology.
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Chicano or Chicana is a chosen identity for people of Mexican descent born in the United States. Variations include [email protected] (male-female inclusive) and Chicanx (gender-neutral).The identity may also appear as Xicano or Xicana, with [email protected] and Xicanx being the respective variations of this alternative spelling.
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The text uses facts, statistics, and opinions for a bal. The wide-ranging study explores the history of Chicanas and the meaning of the term Chicana, and considers her socialization process, the consequences of deviating from gender roles, and the evolution of Hispanic women onto the national scene in politics, health, economics, education, religion, and criminal justice.
This can be difficult for me and other men and white people to accept. These limits can be found consistently in our complacency or even support of the modern system of slavery and government sourced murder also known as the “Criminal Justice System.” Just Mercy is a book that I will remember for the rest of my life.
Bryan Stevenson’s. 2 days ago I recently recorded the audio version of my new book Justice on Trial. In it, I argue for a complete and radical overhaul of our broken criminal justice system.
Chapters include “Why we should close all prisons”, “Why we should legalise drugs”, “Why children are never criminals”, and “Why people are not good or evil”.
The term Chicana literature describes the writing of women of Mexican descent who are born and/or raised in the United States. While the word Chicana might have originated as a racial slur, Mexican-American women reclaimed the term in the s and s, during the Chicano Nationalist Movement.
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Yolanda M. López (University of Minnesota Press), the second installment in a series called A Ver: Revisioning Art History, is a serious exploration of the artist’s contributions to political art and more true representations of Chicana political power. In an effort to record the life of the artist, Karen Mary Davalos springboards into the story with a quote from López in which she honors.
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By Michelle Téllez. This year marks the 20th anniversary of my father’s death. The same year that the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico galvanized people from around the world with, “A world in which many worlds exist,” the world that I knew crumbled around me. I was twenty years old, and those of us who were still in the home—my mother, my sister and myself—slowly tried to.This is the first interdisciplinary collection of articles addressing the unique history of Chicana women.
From a diverse range of perspectives, a new generation of Chicana scholars here chronicles the previously undocumented rich tapestry of Chicanas' lives over the last three centuries. Focusing on how women have grappled with political subordination and sexual exploitation, the contributors. ’Just Mercy’ punches hard at racist criminal justice in Alabama.
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