A Political and Literary Forum
We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
Tragically, it may be unrealistic to expect Americans—including police—to ignore race.
Richard T. Ford
We should celebrate the actual King and his radicalism rather than the inoffensive persona created to serve the status quo.
Michael Brown shouldn't be a poster child for social justice movements.
Glenn C. Loury
Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
Albert W. Dzur
It's like asking if slavery is good economic policy.
Why do so many legal theorists think prosecuting would be undemocratic?
Justifying the necessity defense in Israel and the United States.
In Ferguson, white violence, exclusively, is justified.
Why don't corporate wrongdoers go to prison?
Immigrant families imprisoned in Artesia, New Mexico, say their due process rights are being violated.
The judicial process cannot account for what matters most: the policies and biases that enable white men to claim justification in the murder of black men.
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