Beyond Walls and Cages Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis

ISBN-10: 0820344125

ISBN-13: 9780820344126

Edition: 2012

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Description: The crisis of borders and prisons can be seen starkly in statistics. In 2011 some 1,500 migrants died trying to enter Europe, and the United States deported nearly 400,000 and imprisoned some 2.3 million people—more than at any other time in history. International borders are increasingly militarized places embedded within domestic policing and imprisonment and entwined with expanding prison-industrial complexes. Beyond Walls and Cagesoffers scholarly and activist perspectives on these issues and explores how the international community can move toward a more humane future.Working at a range of geographic scales and locations, contributors examine concrete and ideological connections among prisons, migration policing and detention, border fortification, and militarization. They challenge the idea that prisons and borders create safety, security, and order, showing that they can be forms of coercive mobility that separate loved ones, disempower communities, and increase shared harms of poverty. Walls and cages can also fortify wealth and power inequalities, racism, and gender and sexual oppression.As governments increasingly rely on criminalization and violent measures of exclusion and containment, strategies for achieving change are essential. Beyond Walls and Cagesdevelops abolitionist, no borders, and decolonial analyses and methods for social change, showing how seemingly disconnected forms of state violence are interconnected. Creating a more just and free world—whether in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands, the Morocco-Spain region, South Africa, Montana, or Philadelphia—requires that people who are most affected become central to building alternatives to global crosscurrents of criminalization and militarization.Contributors: Olga Aksyutina, Stokely Baksh, Cynthia Bejarano, Anne Bonds, Borderlands Autonomist, Collective, Andrew Burridge, Irina Contreras, Renee Feltz, Luis A. Fernandez, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Amy Gottlieb, Gael Guevara, Zoe Hammer, Julianne Hing, Subhash Kateel, Jodie M. Lawston, Bob Libal, Jenna M. Loyd, Lauren Martin, Laura McTighe, Matt Mitchelson, Maria Cristina Morales, Alison Mountz, Ruben R. Murillo, Joseph Nevins, Nicole Porter, Joshua M. Price, Said Saddiki, Micol Seigel, Rashad Shabazz, Christopher Stenken, Proma Tagore, Margo Tamez, Elizabeth Vargas, Monica W. Varsanyi, Mariana Viturro, Harsha Walia, Seth Freed Wessler.

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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Publication date: 12/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 344
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Borders, Prisons, and Abolitionist Visions
Why Now? Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis
Policing Mobility
Maintaining Global Apartheid from South Africa to the United States
Understanding Conquest through a Border Lens
A Comparative Analysis of the Mexico-U.S. and Morocco-Spain Regions
Race, Capitalist Crisis, and Abolitionist Organizing
An Interview with Ruth Wilson Gilmore, February 2010
Global Crisis, National Struggles The Work of Policing the Nation around the World
The Texas-Mexico Border Wall and Nd� Memory
Confronting Genocide and State Criminality, beyond the Guise of "Impunity"
Prisoners of Passage
Immigration Detention in Canada
Mapping Remote Detention
Dis/location through Isolation
Migration Policy and the Criminalization of Protest
William Bratton in the Other L.A.
Poverty and Wars at Home Finding Spaces for Refuge and Change
Building Prisons, Building Poverty
Prison Sitings, Dispossession, and Mass Incarceration
Business of Detention
Torn Apart
Struggling to Stay Together after Deportation
Creating Spaces for Change
An Interview with Amy Gottlieb, November 2009
Bajo la Misma Luna 173 (Under the Same Moon)
Battleground Arizona Local Crossroads, National Struggles
Policing Our Border, Policing Our Nation
An Examination of the Ideological Connections between Border Vigilantism and U.S. National Ideology
Resisting the Security-Industrial Complex
Operation Streamline and the Militarization of the Arizona-Mexico Borderlands
Detention and Access to Justice
A Florence Project Case Study
Community, Identity, and Political Struggle
Challenging Immigrant Prisons in Arizona
"Live, Love, and Work"
An Interview with Luis Fernandez, August 2010
Speaking Up! Standing Up!
Local Struggles against Walls and Cages
A Politics for Our Time?
Organizing against Jails
"A Prison Is Not a Home"
Notes from the Campaign to End Immigrant Family Detention
Fighting for the Vote
The Struggle against Felon and Immigrant Disenfranchisement
!La Polic�a, la Migra, la Misma Porquer�a!
Popular Resistance to State Violence
Ending Border Wars Building Abolitionist Futures
Mapping Black Bodies for Disease
Prisons, Migration, and the Politics of HIV/AIDS
The War on Drugs Is a War on Relationships
Crossing the Borders of Fear, Silence, and HIV Vulnerability in the Prison-Created Diaspora
Immigrant Justice from a Trans Perspective
An Interview with Gael Guevara, May 2009
Descado en Los Angeles
Cycles of Invisible Resistance
Winning the Fight of Our Lives
Contributors
Index
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