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The Scandal of White Complicity in US Hyper-incarceration : A Nonviolent Spirituality of White Resistance

By: Mikulich, Alex.
Contributor(s): Cassidy, Laurie | Pfeil, Margaret.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Content and Context in Theological Ethics: Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: 1 online resource (220 p.).ISBN: 9781137032447.Subject(s): African Americans -- Social conditions | Crime and race -- United States | Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- United States | Hispanic Americans -- Social conditions | Imprisonment -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Imprisonment -- United States | Race discrimination -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Race discrimination -- United States | Racism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | United States -- Race relations | Whites -- United States -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Scandal of White Complicity in US Hyper-incarceration : A Nonviolent Spirituality of White ResistanceDDC classification: 365.608996073 | 365/.608996073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Series Editor's Preface; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Invisibility of White Complicity in Hyper-incarceration; Part I: Structure; 1 Hyper-incarceration of African Americans and Latinos in Historical Context; 2 White Complicity in US Hyper-incarceration; Part II: Culture; 3 The Myth of the Dangerous Black Man; 4 Hip Hop and the Seditious Reinvention of the Dangerous Black Man; Part III: Spirituality; 5 A Spirituality of White Nonviolent Resistance to the Reality of Hyper-incarceration
6 Contemplative Action: Toward White Nonviolent Resistance to Hyper-incarcerationIndex
Summary: <EM>The Scandal of White Complicity and US Hyper-incarceration</EM> is a groundbreaking exploration of the moral role of white people in the disproportionate incarceration of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States.
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Cover; Contents; Series Editor's Preface; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Invisibility of White Complicity in Hyper-incarceration; Part I: Structure; 1 Hyper-incarceration of African Americans and Latinos in Historical Context; 2 White Complicity in US Hyper-incarceration; Part II: Culture; 3 The Myth of the Dangerous Black Man; 4 Hip Hop and the Seditious Reinvention of the Dangerous Black Man; Part III: Spirituality; 5 A Spirituality of White Nonviolent Resistance to the Reality of Hyper-incarceration

6 Contemplative Action: Toward White Nonviolent Resistance to Hyper-incarcerationIndex

<EM>The Scandal of White Complicity and US Hyper-incarceration</EM> is a groundbreaking exploration of the moral role of white people in the disproportionate incarceration of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States.

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Alex Mikulich is Research Fellow on Race and Poverty at the Jesuit Social Research Institute of Loyola University New Orleans, USA. He is co-editor and contributor to Interrupting White Privilege: Catholic Theologians Break the Silence, which was awarded the College Theology Society's 2008 Book of the Year Award. Alex serves the Pax Christi USA Anti-Racism Team, is a leader of Catholics Committed to Repeal of the Death Penalty in Louisiana, and is immersed in anti-racist research and advocacy in New Orleans and Mississippi.<br> <br> Laurie Cassidy is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA. She is co-editor and contributor to Interrupting White Privilege: Catholic Theologians Break the Silence, which was awarded the College Theology Society's 2008 Book of the Year Award. She has been a spiritual director for over twenty years and is concerned with contemplation as a mystical political practice for personal and social transformation.<br> <br> Margaret Pfeil is Assistant Professor of Theology and a Fellow of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. She is a founding member and resident of St. Peter Claver Catholic Worker House in South Bend. She organized and served as facilitator for the conference on 'White Privilege: Implications for the Catholic University, the Church, and Theology' held at the University of Notre Dame in March 2006.

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