Prison Organizing as Tradition and Imperative: A Response to Sarah Haley, Toussaint Losier, and Waldo Martin

The author expresses his views on the comments of academicians Sarah Haley, Toussaint Loiser, and Waldo Martin made on the work of the author "Captive Nation", on issues like "Prison Organizing as Tradition and Imperative". Topics include the role of prisons and political repress...

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Published in:Social justice
Main Author: Berger, Dan
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
Published: 2016
In:Social justice
Year: 2016, Volume: 43, Issue: 3, Pages: 123-128
Online Access: Volltext (Verlag)
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Summary:The author expresses his views on the comments of academicians Sarah Haley, Toussaint Loiser, and Waldo Martin made on the work of the author "Captive Nation", on issues like "Prison Organizing as Tradition and Imperative". Topics include the role of prisons and political repression during the Black Freedom struggle, prisons motivating radical anti-racist mobilization before mass incarceration and prisons mostly having inmates with people of color.