To learn from our past, we must break the cycle of state-sanctioned violence.
Archive for June 2020
Rachael’s story has many layers to it, including a White female social worker who falls into the category of the Amy Coopers of the world. You see, Rachael didn’t fall in line enough to satiate this White social worker, who inevitably called the cops to report her.
In his work with black teenagers, pastor and mental health caseworker Darnell Hill teaches an unofficial guide to what he calls “living while black.” Though many black families have their own sets of rules to navigate others’ racist assumptions, Hill says he hopes that following his “do’s and don’ts” will allow kids to survive as unscathed as possible to realize their life ambitions.
Physiognomies of Russian criminals from The Delinquent Woman (1893)
Guardian analysis shows how organizations and officers in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago work against reform
For decades victims were targeted by paedophiles working at the council-run campus in Croydon. Above: The former Shirley Oaks site
There’s no good time to disparage psychiatric hospitals as a class, but the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic is a particularly bad time to do so.