From Education to Incarceration (Book)

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from education to incarceration coverFROM EDUCATION TO INCARCERATION:
DISMANTLING THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE
Edited By:
Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar, and David Stovall

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Foreword
Bill Ayers

 

Preface
Frank Hernandez

 

Dedication

 

Acknowledgements

 

Introduction
Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar, and David Stovall

 

PART I.
THE RISE OF AN IMPRISONING YOUTH CULTURE

 

CHAPTER ONE
Criminalizing Education: Zero Tolerance Policies, Police in the Hallways, and the School to Prison Pipeline
Nancy A. Heitzeg

 

CHAPTER TWO
The Schoolhouses as Jailhouses
Annette Fuentes

 

CHAPTER THREE
Changing the Lens: Moving Away from the School to Prison Pipeline
Damien Sojoyner

 

PART II.
TARGETING YOUTH

 

CHAPTER FOUR
Punishment Creep and the Crisis of Youth in the Age of Disposability
Henry Giroux

 

CHAPTER FIVE
Targets for Arrest
Jesselyn McCurdy

 

CHAPTER SIX
Red Road Lost: A Story Based on True Events
Four Arrows

 

CHAPTER SEVEN
Emerging from Our Silos: Coalition Building for Black Girls
Maisha Winn and Stephanie Franklin

PART III.
SPECIAL EDUCATION IS SEGREGATION

 

CHAPTER EIGHT
Warehousing, Imprisoning and Labeling Youth, “Minorities”
Nekima Levy-Pounds

 

CHAPTER NINE
Who wants to be Special? Pathologization and the Preparation of Bodies for Prison
Deanna Adams and Erica Meiners

 

CHAPTER TEN
The New Eugenics: Challenging Urban Education and Special Education and for a Promise of Hip Hop Pedagogy
Anthony J. Nocella II and Kim Socha

 

PART IV.
BEHIND THE WALLS

 

CHAPTER ELEVEN
Prisons of Ignorance
Mumia Abu-Jamal

 

CHAPTER TWELVE
At the End of the Pipeline: Can the Liberal Arts Liberate the Incarcerated?
Deborah Appleman, Ezekiel Caligiuri, and Jon Vang

 

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Transformative Justice and Hip Hop Activism in Action
Anthony J. Nocella II

 

PART V.
TRANSFORMATIVE ALTERNATIVES

 

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
Back on the Block: Community Re-entry and the Re-integration of Formerly Incarcerated Youth
Don Sawyer and Daniel White Hodge

 

CHAPTER FIFTEEN
Youth in Transition and School Re-entry: Process, Problems and Preparation
Anne Burns Thomas

 

CHAPTER SIXTEEN
Dialogue on School Policy from a Parent of Incarcerated Youth
Letitia Basford, Bridget Borer, and Joe Lewis

 

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
Youth of Color Fight Back: Transforming Our Communities
Emilio Lacques and Leslie Mendoza

 

Afterword
Bernardine Dohrn

Contributors’ Biographies

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