I got to June June 13, 2015 table with Twin Cities Save the Kids at the Minneapolis 2nd Annual Malcolm X Conference which was well organized and attended. Save the Kids was excited to also be a sponsor.
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So as I do research on Hip Hop activism, politics, pedagogy, and studies I have come to suggest over and over again in the last year these five books. I hope they are useful for you.
Here are my students in HURL 201 course addressing social justice in an artist manner on the St. Cloud State University. I am so honored to have these students!
The End of Prisons: Reflections from the Decarceration Movement Edited by Mechthild E. Nagel and Anthony J. Nocella II This book brings together a collection of social justice scholars and activists who take Foucault’s concept of discipline and punishment to explain how prisons are constructed in society from nursing homes to zoos. This book expands …