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Revelations: “So Hot, So Hot, So Hot, So What?”

July 06, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Eco-Justice, Economic Terrorism, Imperialism, Intersectionality, Poverty

“Song of the Law-Abiding Citizen” by June Jordan

Revelations: Ohio

May 04, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Gun Culture, Imperialism, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex

The May 4 Shootings at Kent State University

Kent State Revisited

The Killings at Kent State

Revelations: Slavery, Depicted

January 19, 2014 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Anti-Racism, Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Imperialism, Intersectionality

 

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“Which Story, What Story, and Whose Story Is Being Told?” Massa’s Gaze: Screenings & Discussions of the Depictions of Slavery in Film & Television (NYC)

12 Years a Slave Fails to Show Resistance”, Guardian

“The Horrors 12 Years a Slave Couldn’t Tell”, Aljazeera America

“Why I Wouldn’t See 12 Years a Slave With a White Person”, The Atlantic

“How 2013 Became the Year of the Slavery Film”, Daily Beast

‘The Good White Folks of the Academy” Aljazeera America

Twelve Years a Slave: Narrative of Solomon Northup, a Citizen of New-York, Kidnapped in Washington City in 1841, and Rescued in 1853 (Electronic Edition, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997).

 

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Remembering the Dakota 38

December 26, 2013 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Anti-Racism, Civil Rights, Criminal Injustice Series, Imperialism, International Law, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Prison Industrial Complex, Spirituality

Dakota 38 + 2 Wokiksuye riders to remember Mankato 1862 execution

In the Footsteps of Little Crow: Six Part Series

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Political Prisoner to President: Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013)

December 05, 2013 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Criminal Defense, Imperialism, International Law, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Prison Industrial Complex, Prisoner Rights, What People are Doing to Change the World

Lucky Dube ~ House of Exile

Mandela Obituary, The Guardian

Mandela’s Struggle in Posters, New York Times

Official Statement on the Passing of Nelson Mandela From Leonard Peltier

Nobel Symphony excerpt ~ Steve Heitzeg

 

CI: For Fred Hampton (August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969)

December 04, 2013 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Anti-Racism, Civil Rights, Corrupt Judiciary, Corrupt Legislature, Criminal Defense, Criminal Injustice Series, Imperialism, Intersectionality, Military Industrial Complex, Prison Industrial Complex, Prisoner Rights

Criminal InJustice is a weekly series devoted to taking action against inequities in the U.S. criminal justice system. Nancy A. Heitzeg, Professor of Sociology and Race/Ethnicity, is the Editor of CI. Kay Whitlock, co-author of Queer (In)Justice, is contributing editor of CI. Criminal Injustice is published every Wednesday at 6 pm.

For Fred Hampton (August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969)
by nancy a heitzeg

“Nothing but a Northern Lynching”…

Eyes on the Prize – 12 – A Nation of Law?, 1967-1968
“By the late 1960s, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. In Chicago, Fred Hampton formed a Black Panther Party chapter. As the chapter grew, so did police surveillance. In a pre-dawn assault by the police, Panthers Hampton and Mark Clark were killed. The deaths came at a time when movement activists were increasingly becoming targets of police harassment at both the local and federal levels through COUNTELPRO, the FBI’s Counter Intelligence Program. During this same period, inmates at New York’s Attica prison took over the prison in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions. During the police assault which ended the takeover, several inmates and guards were killed. For some, Attica came to symbolize the brutality of a hardened political regime.”

The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and the Chicago Police Murdered a Black Panther”

History Is A Weapon: “Power Anywhere Where There’s People”

Revelations: #Free The Arctic 30!

November 10, 2013 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Civil Rights, Eco-Justice, Education, Imperialism, Intersectionality, Science/Technology, What People are Doing to Change the World

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Arctic 30 protester: ‘My little girl will have forgotten who I am if I get out of here in seven years’

The Arctic 30

Take Action!

Resistance to the R-Word Grows – #ChangetheMascot

November 09, 2013 By: nancy a heitzeg Category: Anti-Racism, Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Imperialism, Intersectionality, Media Conglomeration, What People are Doing to Change the World

Change the Mascot: Pressure Grows for NFL Team to Drop Name and Logo as Thousands Protest

Dayton, protesters at Metrodome blast Washington nickname

Larry Long and Clyde Bellecourt, “Redskins”