As repeatedly mentioned in class, Fordham Law Professor John Pfaff will be on campus this coming Thursday, April 12. httpwwwnewyorkercommagazine20170410how we misunderstand mass incarceration This from MEDS 301 at Egerton University
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C4Q moves to new Queens HQ. How We Misunderstand Mass Incarceration. The answer depends on who you ask and what that particular group desires: profiting corporations, policymakers, or the 2.2 million locked up across the country.
That’s what John Pfaff, a law professor at Fordham University in New York, calls the “standard story” of mass incarceration. 05.18.2017 | Adam Gopnik | New Yorker Post navigation. Reading in preparation of John Pfaff's visit on April 12 and our discussions of mass incarceration. Does mass incarceration work? For me, I think “Locked In” has two meanings; one is that the U.S. is “locked in” to this mass incarceration model, but also your view that well-meaning criminal justice reformers are “locked in” to a mistaken series of assumptions about what's driving that model. What We're Reading How We Misunderstand Mass Incarceration. Aug 8, 2017 - A new book argues that, in the effort to fix the prison epidemic, we are addressing the wrong things and missing the true problem. The Center for the Study of Human Flourishing hosted a panel discussion entitled "Overcriminalization and Mass Incarceration: Race and Justice … GirlTrek Founders Featured on the Cover of Outside Magazine.