Symposium : overpoliced and underprotected : women, race, and criminalization
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- Symposium (UCLA law review)
- Los Angeles, California : UCLA School of Law, 
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- pages 1418-1878 ; 26 cm
- Includes bibliographical references.
- I. Establishing the framework: From private violence to mass incarceration : thinking intersectionally about women, race, and social control / Kimberlé W. Crenshaw
- Prison, foster care, and the systemic punishment of black mothers / Dorothy E. Roberts
- II. Crime, punishment, and the management of racial marginality: Blind discretion : girls of color & delinquency in the juvenile justice system / Jyoti Nanda
- The new racially restrictive covenant : race, welfare, and the policing of black women in subsidized housing / Priscilla A. Ocen
- Justice for girls : are we making progress? / Francine T. Sherman
- III. Race, gender, and conditions of confinement: Engendering rape / Kim Shayo Buchanan
- Uncomfortable places, close spaces : female correctional workers' sexual interactions with men and boys in custody / Brenda V. Smith
- IV. Reentry and the community impact of women's incarceration: "In an avalanche every snowflake pleads not guilty" : the collateral consequences of mass incarceration and impediments to women's fair housing rights / George Lipsitz.
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- Overpoliced and underprotected, women, race, and criminalization
- Symposium issue of UCLA law review, volume 59, number 6 (August 2012).
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- UCLA law review.
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