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POLICED Seminar
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Kenyon Farrow, Mizue Aizeki, Pooja Gehi, Mae Ngai, Lilliam Juarez
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March 8, 2012, 12:31 p.m.

Migration, Race, and the Carceral State
1 March 2012
CUNY Graduate Center, NYC
Co-sponsored by the POLICED Seminar

The post 9/11 era has drawn increased attention to the ways that immigrant communities are policed, surveilled, criminalized, racialized, and imprisoned. These practices, however, have long histories within both immigrant and native born communities in the United States for whom citizenship has always been constrained. How has the intensification of policing within immigrant communities forced us to re-think these overlapping and connected histories? How does a more nuanced understanding of these historiesâand the related relevance of race, gender, and sexualityâinform our work to address policing and prisons and expand our understandings of the Prison Industrial Complex?

Join Mizue Aizeki (Organizer and Documentary Photographer), Kenyon Farrow (Writer and Activist), Pooja Gehi (Social Justice Lawyer), Lilliam Juarez (organizer at the Workplace Project) and Mae Ngai (Columbia University) to address these as well as other questions.

Spanish/English transation by Emma Moreno

Links:

POLICED Seminar
www.centerforthehumanities.org/seminars/policed

www.Kenyon Farrow.com

Mizue Aizeki
www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100601600&fa=author&person_id=7884

Sylvia Rivera Law Project
www.srlp.org

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mae_Ngai

Workplace Project
http://www.workplaceprojectny.org/


Mass Incarceration in the Margins - Women, Trans & the Prison Industrial Complex
http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/58358
http://www.archive.org/details/MassIncarcerationInTheMargins-WomenTransThePrisonIndustrialComplex

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