Inner Lives: Profiles of African American Women in Prison
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BeschreibungA nuanced and compelling portrait of the fastest-growing prison population in America, presented in the voices of the women prisoners themselves.
Pressestimmen"Johnson gives these women visibility and voice as they relate their lives, their crimes, and their efforts to remain connected to families and communities...powerful." -- Booklist "Johnson's Inner Lives provides both a serious intervention in the literature on prisons and a venue through which incarcerated and formerly incarcerated Black women can speak for themselves. It challenges readers to take action."--Black Renaissance "Inner Lives soars when the women are allowed to speak for themselves." --Book"Johnson illuminates how the race and gender of African American women affect how they are treated in the American criminal justice system." --The Women's Review of Books "Johnson provides a historical look at African American women in the U.S. criminal justice system from the colonial period to the present." --Law's Social Inquiry
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NEW YORK UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2003
Seitenanzahl: 339 Seiten