Presumed criminal: black youth and the justice system in postwar New York

Introduction. "The way I see it": reframing black youth and racial injustice -- "The child is never basically bad": creating crime through prevention -- "Margie's day": youth, race, and uprisings in wartime Harlem -- "Every generation has had the habit of goin...

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Main Author: Suddler, Carl
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: New York New York University Press [2019]
Online Access: Table of Contents
Availability in Tübingen:Present in Tübingen.
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Summary:Introduction. "The way I see it": reframing black youth and racial injustice -- "The child is never basically bad": creating crime through prevention -- "Margie's day": youth, race, and uprisings in wartime Harlem -- "Every generation has had the habit of going to the devil": constructions of a postwar delinquent -- "Beware of the cat on the corner": deconstructing a cycle of outrage -- "In all our Harlems": policing black youths through the war on crime -- Afterword. "Without a wrinkle in today": an ode to young forever
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:ix, 235 Seiten Illustrationen
ISBN:9781479847624