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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II

The Radical Animal Studies and Total Liberation book series branches out of Critical Animal Studies (a field co-founded by Anthony J. Nocella II) with the argument that criticism is not enough. Action must follow theory. This series demands that scholars are engaged with their subjects both theoretically and actively via radical, revolutionary, intersectional action for total liberation. Founded in anarchism, the series provides space for scholar-activists who challenge authoritarianism and oppression in their many daily forms. Radical Animal Studies and Total Liberation promotes accessible and inclusive scholarship that is based on personal narrative as well as traditional research, and it is especially interested in the advancement of interwoven voices and perspectives from multiple radical, revolutionary social justice groups and movements such as Black Lives Matter, Idle No More, Earth First!, the Zapatistas, ADAPT, prison abolition, LGBTTQQIA rights, disability liberation, Earth Liberation Front, Animal Liberation Front, political prisoners, radical transnational feminism, environmental justice, food justice, youth justice, and Hip Hop activism.
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Animals, Disability, and the End of Capitalism

Voices from the Eco-ability Movement

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Amber E. George and John Lupinacci

Animals, Disability, and the End of Capitalism is a collection of essays from the leaders in the field of eco-ability. The book is rooted in critical pedagogy, inclusive education, and environmental education. The efforts of diverse disability activists work to weave together the complex diversity and vastly overlooked interconnections among nature, ability, and animals. Eco-ability challenges social constructions, binaries, domination, and normalcy. Contributors challenge the concepts of disability, animal, and nature in relation to human and man. Eco-ability stresses the interdependent relationship among everything and how the effect of one action such as the extinction of a species in Africa can affect the ecosystem in Northern California. Animals, Disability, and the End of Capitalism is timely and offers important critical insight from within the growing movement and the current academic climate for such scholarship. The book also provides insights and examples of radical experiences, pedagogical projects, and perspectives shaped by critical animal studies, critical environmental studies, and critical disability studies.

Contributors include Sarah R. Adams, Marissa Anderson, Judy K. C. Bentley, Mary Fantaske, Amber E. George, Ava HaberkornHalm, John Lupinacci, Hannah Monroe, Anthony J. Nocella II, Nicole R. Pallotta, Meneka Repka, and Daniel Salomon.

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Education for Total Liberation

Critical Animal Pedagogy and Teaching Against Speciesism

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Carolyn Drew, Amber E. George, Sinem Ketenci, John Lupinacci, Ian Purdy and Joe Leeson-Schatz

Education for Total Liberation is a collection of essays from leaders in the field of critical animal pedagogy (CAP). CAP emerges from activist educators teaching critical animal studies and is rooted in critical theory as well as the animal advocacy movement. Critical animal studies (CAS) argues for an interdisciplinary approach to understanding our relationships with nonhuman animals. CAS challenges two specific fields of theory: (1) animal studies, rooted in vivisection and testing on animals in the hard sciences and (2) human-animal studies, which reinforces a socially constructed binary between humans and animals and adopts abstract theoretical approaches. In contrast, CAS takes a progressive and committed approach to scholarship and sees the exploitation of nonhuman animals as interrelated with oppression of humans based on class, gender, race, ability, sexuality, age, and citizenship. CAS promotes the liberation of all animals and challenges all systems of domination. Education for Total Liberation is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate level readers (and beyond) who wish to learn from examples of radical pedagogical projects shaped by CAS and critical pedagogy.

Contributing to this collection are Anne C. Bell, Anita de Melo, Carolyn Drew, Amber E. George, Karin Gunnarsson Dinker, Sinem Ketenci, John Lupinacci, Anthony J. Nocella II, Sean Parson, Helena Pedersen, Ian Purdy, Constance L. Russell, J.L. Schatz, Meneka Repka, William E. Shanahan III, and Richard J, White.

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Policing the Campus

Academic Repression, Surveillance, and the Occupy Movement

Anthony J. Nocella II and David Gabbard

With the rise of the corporate university and the academic industrial complex, colleges and universities throughout the United States are becoming monitored, armed, gated, and contracted out in the name of security. Policing the Campus is a collection of essays by activist academics and campus organizers from a variety of fields and movements. The book fully explores how higher education has entered a state of academic repression. In this new Occupy Wall Street era, higher education mirrors the problems that plague urban schools in poor communities, including metal detectors, random locker searches, drug-sniffing police dogs, in-class arrests, and security guards at every major entrance. Policing the Campus is a wake-up call to protect higher education as a bastion of free thought, strategy, and challenge for the 99%, and not preserve it as the privilege of the elite 1%.
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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II and Amber E. George

Intersectionality of Critical Animal Studies: A Historical Collection represents the very best that the internationally scholarly Journal for Critical Animal Studies (JCAS) has published in terms of articles that are written by public critical scholar-activists-organizers for public critical scholar-activists-organizers. This move toward publishing pieces about engaging social change, rather than high-theoretical detached analysis of nonhuman animals in society, is to regain focus for liberation at all costs. The essays in this collection focus on intersectionality scholarship within the realm of Critical Animal Studies, and discuss issues related to race, gender, disability, class, and queerness. Not only are these articles historically significant within the field of Critical Animal Studies, but they are integral to the overall social justice movement. Intersectionality of Critical Animal Studies: A Historical Collection should be read by anyone interested in the Critical Animal Studies field, as we consider them to be classic writings that should be respected as foundational texts. There are many interesting and innovative texts, but these are historical, not only because they were published in JCAS, but because they were among the first to publish on a particular intersectional issue.

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Fighting Academic Repression and Neoliberal Education

Resistance, Reclaiming, Organizing, and Black Lives Matter in Education

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II and Erik Juergensmeyer

Fighting Academic Repression and Neoliberal Education is a cutting-edge investigation of the alarming state of education today. This practical how-to handbook gives readers tactics and strategies to organize and challenge forces that threaten liberatory critical education. Drawn from scholars and activists from across the world, the fifteen chapters guide readers through a strategic method of understanding the academic industrial complex and corporate education in the twenty-first century. Education is being hijacked by banks and corporations that are tearing apart the foundational fabric of academic freedom, resulting in mass standardized education and debt for all students and furthering racial inequity. This is a must-read for anyone interested in democracy, education, social justice, critical pedagogy, and Black Lives Matter.

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Earth, Animal, and Disability Liberation

The Rise of the Eco-Ability Movement

Anthony J. Nocella II, Judy Bentley and Janet M. Duncan

This provocative and groundbreaking book is the first of its kind to propose the concept of Eco-ability: the intersectionality of the ecological world, persons with disabilities, and nonhuman animals. Rooted in disability studies and rights, environmentalism, and animal advocacy, this book calls for a social justice theory and movement that dismantles constructed «normalcy», ableism, speciesism, and ecological destruction while promoting mutual interdependence, collaboration, respect for difference, and inclusivity of our world. Eco-ability provides a positive, liberating, and empowering philosophy for educators and activists alike.
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From Education to Incarceration

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Second Edition

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar and David Stovall

The school-to-prison pipeline is a national concern, from the federal to local governments, and a leading topic in conversations in the field of urban education and juvenile justice. From Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline is a ground-breaking book that exposes the school system's direct relationship to the juvenile justice system. The book reveals various tenets contributing to unnecessary expulsions, leaving youth vulnerable to the streets and, ultimately, behind bars. From Education to Incarceration is a must-read for parents, teachers, law enforcement, judges, lawyers, administrators, and activists concerned with and involved in the juvenile justice and school system. The contributors are leading scholars in their fields and experts on the school-to-prison pipeline.
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Contemporary Anarchist Criminology

Against Authoritarianism and Punishment

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Mark Seis and Jeff Shantz

Contemporary Anarchist Criminology: Against Authoritarianism and Punishment offers a cutting-edge critical assessment of criminology by creating provocative discussions regarding business as usual in the criminal justice system. This exciting interdisciplinary book explores a diversity of topics that range from the construction of criminal law, to Lombroso, to deviant behavior, to prison abolition, to transformative justice, to restorative justice, to environmental justice, and to the prison industrial complex. Contemporary Anarchist Criminology is a must-read book for anyone looking for a serious critique of the criminal justice system, specifically for those in sociology, political science, criminology, peace and conflict studies, and criminal justice. Contemporary Anarchist Criminology is not for the timid, but for those wanting to challenge and dismantle the current forms of domination, oppression, and injustice that frame and define the current system of justice.

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Defining Critical Animal Studies

An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, John Sorenson, Kim Socha and Atsuko Matsuoka

This is the first book to define the philosophical and practical parameters of critical animal studies (CAS). Rooted in anarchist perspectives that oppose all systems of domination and authoritarianism, CAS both challenges anthropocentrism and presents animal liberation as a social justice movement that intersects with other movements for positive change. Written by a collection of internationally respected scholar-activists, each chapter expands upon the theory and practice underlying the total liberation approach, the roles of academics and activists, and the ten principles of CAS. With apolitical animal studies and exploitative animal research dominating higher education, this book offers a timely counter-narrative that demands the liberation of all oppressed beings and the environment. Defining Critical Animal Studies will interest educators, students, activists, community members, and policy makers seeking accessible theory that can be put into action.
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Contemporary Anarchist Criminology Introduction: The Rise of Anarchist Criminology Anthony J. Nocella II, Mark Seis, and Jeff Shantz This is a period of open social war. The stakes for analyzing, understanding, responding to, and changing relations of power are high. Criminal justice systems and their institutions are the front lines of struggles over social injustices and the pursuit of social justice. Movements and organizations like Idle No More, Black Lives Matter, Antifa, Jericho Movement, Critical Resistance, Youth Justice Coalition, Save

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Daniel White Hodge, Don Sawyer, Ahmad R. Washington and Arash Daneshzadeh

Hip Hop Studies and Activism book series is the first ever book series dedicated to hip hop studies. This series is an intersectional, interdisciplinary liberatory project that promotes justice, equity, and inclusion. Hip Hop Studies and Activism book series will connect with a broad range of disciplines such as feminism, globalization, economics, science, history, environmental studies, media studies, political science, sociology, religion, anthropology, philosophy, education, and cultural studies. Against apolitical scholarship, Hip Hop studies argues for an engaged critical praxis that promotes the listening and defending space and place for marginalized and silenced communities especially Communities of Color and Youth of Color. Hip hop activism is committed to social action, advocacy, and activism, while other book series are more rooted in theory and apolitical analysis. We will therefore, make a strong effort to publish People and Youth of Color.

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Daniel White Hodge, Don Sawyer, Ahmad R. Washington and Arash Daneshzadeh

Hip Hop Studies and Activism book series is the first ever book series dedicated to hip hop studies. This series is an intersectional, interdisciplinary liberatory project that promotes justice, equity, and inclusion. Hip Hop Studies and Activism book series will connect with a broad range of disciplines such as feminism, globalization, economics, science, history, environmental studies, media studies, political science, sociology, religion, anthropology, philosophy, education, and cultural studies. Against apolitical scholarship, Hip Hop studies argues for an engaged critical praxis that promotes the listening and defending space and place for marginalized and silenced communities especially Communities of Color and Youth of Color. Hip hop activism is committed to social action, advocacy, and activism, while other book series are more rooted in theory and apolitical analysis. We will therefore, make a strong effort to publish People and Youth of Color.

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline ←116 |  117→ CHAPTER SIX Transforming Justice and Hip Hop Activism in Action anthony j. nocella ii culture of violence Conflict and injustice are common in all schools because schools are microcosms of society. Therefore, it is surprising and disappointing that teachers, administrators, counselors, and staff are not required to take courses on how to manage, resolve, and/or transform conflict in schools—from kindergarten to the twelfth grade and beyond. This lack of conflict transformation

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Introduction ← xx | 1 →   Introduction—A Tactical Toolbox for Smashing Academic Repression ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II AND ERIK JUERGENSMEYER   This book makes the fourth book on the specific subject of academic repression, following Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic Industrial Complex (Nocella II, Best, & McLaren, 2010), Policing the Campus: Academic Repression, Surveillance, and the Occupy Movement (Nocella II & Gabbard, 2013), and The Imperial University: Academic Repression and Scholarly Dissent (Chatterjee & Maira, 2014). Prior to and during

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in this volume fail to critically analyze the ELF; they all do. Critical engagement is essential at a moment like this, when the fate of the planet is on the precipice. What we need right now is a new, empowered, and strategically effective environmental movement to resist the power of capital. In order to do this, we, as activists and scholars, need to step back and learn from and reevaluate the past. The ELF (Best & Nocella, 2006) influenced by the Animal Liberation Front (Best & Nocella, 2004; Colling & Nocella, 2011) are both decentralized nonhierarchical

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Introduction ← xx | 1 →   Introduction Respecting the Past, while Defending the Future of Critical Animal Studies AMBER E. GEORGE AND ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II   About Critical Animal Studies For the last ten years, Critical Animal Studies (CAS) has grown globally to a size that the half-dozen founders never thought it would. As every movement and field grows, so does its definition with new ideas, perspectives, and critiques. Within CAS, as within all academic fields, some academics want to benefit from the field, without dedicating themselves to CAS’s history

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Edited by Daniel White Hodge, Don C. Sawyer III, Anthony J. Nocella II and Ahmad R. Washington

Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline was created for K–12 students in hopes that they find tangible strategies for creating affirming communities where students, parents, advocates and community members collaborate to compose liberating and just frameworks that effectively define the school-to-prison pipeline and identify the nefarious ways it adversely affects their lives. This book is for educators, activists, community organizers, teachers, scholars, politicians, and administrators who we hope will join us in challenging the predominant preconceived notion held by many educators that Hip-Hop has no redeemable value. Lastly, the authors/editors argue against the understanding of Hip-Hop studies as primarily an academic endeavor situated solely in the academy. They understand the fact that people on streets, blocks, avenues, have been living and theorizing about Hip-Hop since its inception. This important critical book is an honest, thorough, powerful, and robust examination of the ingenious and inventive ways people who have an allegiance to Hip-Hop work tirelessly, in various capacities, to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline.

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Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Sean Parson, Amber E. George and Stephanie Eccles

As the inevitable, unsustainable nature of contemporary society becomes increasingly more obvious, it is important for scholars and activists to engage with the question, "what is to be done?" A Historical Scholarly Collection of Writings on the Earth Liberation Front provides an analysis and overview of an under-discussed but important part of the radical environmental movement, the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), which actively tried to stop ecocide. Through engagement with the activism and thought behind the ELF, volume contributors encourage readers to begin questioning the nature of contemporary capitalism, the state, and militarism. This book also explores the social movement and tactical impact of the ELF as well as governmental response to its activism, in order to strengthen analytic understanding of effectiveness, resistance, and community resilience. A Historical Scholarly Collection of Writings on the Earth Liberation Front is sure to inspire more scholarly work around social change, eco-terrorism, environmental studies, and environmental justice. This book is a valuable text for criminologists, sociologists, environmental advocates, politicians, political scientists, activists, community organizers, and religious leaders.

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Fight the Power

Breakin Down Hip Hop Activism

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Edited by Arash Daneshzadeh, Anthony J. Nocella II, Chandra Ward and Ahmad R. Washington

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1. Critical Animal Studies and the Importance of Anti-Racist and Anti-Ableist Politics Anthony J. noCellA II, AmBer e. GeorGe, John lupInACCI, And meneKA repKA Locating Ourselves As scholar-activists committed to Critical Animal Studies (CAS), we are work- ing collaboratively on diverse fronts to radically transform the dominant sys- tems that undermine social justice and sustainability. In keeping with feminist standpoint theory, we would like to introduce ourselves as we refer to indi- vidual experiences and wish to provide context for our perspectives

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Introduction: Examining the Nexus: Critical Animal Studies and Critical Pedagogy Carolyn Drew, amber e. GeorGe, Sinem KetenCi, John lupinaCCi, anthony J. noCella ii, ian purDy, anD J.l. SChatz Introduction Critical animal studies (CAS) has increasingly grown as a scholarly movement over the past decade, after emerging out of critical thinkers who wished to dislodge the tenants of humanism. However, despite its growth, CAS has been conflated with other branches of critical theory and scholarship on specie- sism. These other approaches include strictly

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supporting total liberation from an intersectional perspective grounded in anarchism and supporting radical revolutionary direct action such as the Animal Liberation Front (ALF; Best & Nocella II, 2004). This is not to say any action advancing the cause of total liberation will be perfect or uncompromising when performed. At the same time, the endpoint of total liberation for all—both human and nonhuman alike—must not be sacrificed when weighing such concessions. The reasoning is that all too often small advancements for reform turn back the pace of more revolutionary

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Introduction: Defending and Sharing Space and Place for Eco-ability Voices for Total Liberation Anthony J. noCellA II, AmBer e. GeorGe, And John lupInACCI As part of the recent growth in diverse scholar-activism, eco-ability addresses the importance of recognizing disability as having differing abilities and the- ories of ability that contribute to a more holistic and inclusive understanding of diversity. Furthermore, eco-ability scholarship emerging with, and from, critical animal studies (CAS) works from an anti-speciesist definition of diver- sity that

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Chapter 10 ← 202 | 203 → CHAPTER TEN Animal Advocates for Prison and Slave Abolition A Transformative Justice Approach to Movement Politics for an End to Racism ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II   Introduction to Racism in the Animal Advocacy Movement Within the animal advocacy movement and critical animal studies, there is frequent discussion of and engagement around concepts and terms such as intersectionality, total liberation, alliance politics, and solidarity. Despite this rhetoric, there is very little actual leadership participation by animal advocacy movements within

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Defining Critical Animal Studies ← XVIII | XIX → INTRODUCTION The Emergence of Critical Animal Studies The Rise of Intersectional Animal Liberation Anthony J. Nocella II, John Sorenson, Kim Socha, and Atsuko Matsuoka G reat social movements arise from compelling ideas and theories. Sociopolitical action arises from those moments when one or one thousand individuals put theory into practice. The animal liberation, advocacy, and rights movements have emerged out of ideas, theories, and actions based upon the seemingly simple, but profoundly radical

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Introduction Every Day Is Like Skydiving Without a Parachute: A Revolution for Abolishing the School to Prison Pipeline anthony j. nocella ii, priya parmar, and david stovall Patience has its limits. Take it too far, and it’s cowardice. —GeorGe Jackson To Hell with Good Intentions —Ivan IllIch It still ain’t good for most folks … July 13, 2013: A jury of six (predominantly white) women found George Zimmerman, whose mother is Hispanic and whose father is white, not guilty of manslaughter or murder in the second degree in the death of Trayvon Martin, an

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline ←70 |  71→ CHAPTER FOUR Hip Hop, Food Justice, and Environmental Justice anthony j. nocella ii, priya parmar, don c. sawyer iii, and michael cermak introduction There has been little written about how food and ecology play a role in the school-to-prison pipeline. The school-to-prison pipeline is a systematic process that pushes out certain youth from school and into the juvenile justice system through discriminating policies. Most social justice activists and scholars throughout the USA focus on

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Introduction Every Day Is Like Skydiving Without a Parachute: A Revolution for Abolishing the School to Prison Pipeline anthony j. nocella ii, priya parmar, and david stovall Patience has its limits. Take it too far, and it’s cowardice. —GeorGe jackson To Hell with Good Intentions —ivan ilich i t s t i l l a i n ’ t g o o d f o r m o s t f o l k s … July 13, 2013: A jury of six (predominantly white) women found George Zimmerman, whose mother is Hispanic and whose father is white, not guilty of manslaughter or second-degree murder in the death of

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? The best place to find the most detailed history of CAS is in the introduction of Defining Critical Animals: An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation (Nocella II, Sorenson, Socha, & Matsuoka, 2014). According to the Institute for Critical Animal Studies (ICAS), which aided in co-founding the field, CAS is: rooted in animal liberation and anarchism, is an intersectional transformative holistic theory-to-action activist led based movement and field of study to unapologetically examine, explain, be in solidarity with, and be part of radical and

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elites. The terms and players have changed, but the situation is much the same as in the 1950s: the terrorist threat usurps the communist threat, Attorney General John Ashcroft dons the garb of Senator Joseph McCarthy, and the Congressional Meetings on Eco-Terrorism stand in for the House Un-American Activities Committee (Best & Nocella, 2004). Now as then, the government informs the public that the nation is in a permanent state of danger, such that security, not freedom, must become our overriding concern. As before, the state conjures up dangerous enemies everywhere

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline ←0 |  1→   Introduction Hip hop, the School-to-Prison Pipeline, and #NoYouthInPrison DANIEL WHITE HODGE, DON C. SAWYER III, ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II, AND AHMAD R. WASHINGTON the importance of hip hop The opening scene takes us to minstrel caricatures while placing an emphasis to the care of guns over human life; Donald Glover, a.k.a Childish Gambino, jolts his audience into submission by violently shooting a once artistic person, in the head. Glovers use of a warehouse and constant dancers around

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the social dangers of such a way of existing as being in any way normal. Challenging labels and categories of who can speak truth to experience, eco-ability scholarship seeks to include all voices, especially the voices of those for whom voice isn’t simply limited to words or standard conventions of academic writing. Resisting the disciplining of normalcy, eco-ability is defined by Nocella (2012) the “theory that nature, nonhuman animals, and people with disabilities promote collaboration, not competition; interdependency, not independence; and respect for

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline ←30 |  31→ CHAPTER TWO The New Eugenics: Challenging Urban Education and Special Education and the Promise of Hip Hop Pedagogy anthony j. nocella ii and kim socha I’m an artist from the start, Hip hop got in my heart, Graffiti on the wall, coulda ended in [laughs] Juvenile Delinquent — Nas, from “Bridging the Gap” introduction School is often seen as synonymous with education. This is a fallacy . Education is the attainment of knowledge. School, unlike education, is an institutional stronghold

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From Education to Incarceration From Education to Incarceration Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline EDITED BY Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar, & David Stovall FOREWORD BY WILLIAM AYERS

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Defining Critical Animal Studies Defining Critical Animal Studies An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, John Sorenson, Kim Socha, and Atsuko Matsuoka    

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Title Intersectionality of Critical Animal Studies A Historical Collection Anthony J. Nocella II AND Amber E. George EDITORS PETER LANG New York • Bern • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Title Fighting Academic Repression and Neoliberal Education Resistance, Reclaiming, Organizing, and Black Lives Matter in Education Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II and Erik Juergensmeyer PETER LANG New York • Bern • Frankfurt • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Contemporary Anarchist Criminology Contemporary Anarchist Criminology Against Authoritarianism and Punishment Anthony J. Nocella II, Mark Seis, Jeff Shantz, EDITORS PETER LANG New York • Bern • Berlin • Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Title A Historical Scholarly Collection of Writings on the Earth Liberation Front EDITORS Anthony J. Nocella II, Sean Parson, Amber E. George, and Stephanie Eccles PETER LANG New York • Bern • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Title Animals, Disability, and the End of Capitalism Voices from the Eco-ability Movement Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Amber E. George, and John Lupinacci PETER LANG New York • Bern • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline Daniel White Hodge, Don C. Sawyer III, Anthony J. Nocella II, and Ahmad R. Washington, Editors

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Title Education for Total Liberation Critical Animal Pedagogy and Teaching Against Speciesism Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Carolyn Drew, Amber E. George, Sinem Ketenci, John Lupinacci, Ian Purdy, and J.L. Schatz PETER LANG New York • Bern • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw

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Hip-Hop and Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline   Table of Contents Foreword H.A. Jabar Odokhan-El Introduction. Hip Hop, the School-to-Prison Pipeline, and #Noyouthinprison Daniel White Hodge, Don C. Sawyer III, Anthony J. Nocella II, and Ahmad R. Washington PART I. Hip Hop and Cultural Imperialism in School Chapter One. Hip Hop in the Time of Trauma Valeria Benabdallah Chapter Two. The New Eugenics: Challenging Urban Education and Special Education and the Promise of Hip Hop Pedagogy Anthony J. Nocella II and Kim Socha PART II

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From Education to Incarceration About the editors ANTHONY J. NOCELLA II, Ph.D., a scholar-activist, is a Senior Fellow in the Dispute Resolution Institute at the Hamline Law School. He has been an activist and community organizer dedicated to prison abolition and social justice for nearly twenty years and is the editor of the Peace Studies Journal . Nocella’s latest work includes Policing the Campus: Academic Repression, Surveillance, and the Occupy Movement. PRIYA PARMAR, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Secondary Education and Program Head of English

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Education for Total Liberation Critical Animal Pedagogy and Teaching Against Speciesism edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Carolyn Drew, Amber E. George, Sinem Ketenci, John Lupinacci, Ian Purdy, and J.L. Schatz E ducation for T otal Lib eration Nocella II, Drew, George, Ketenci, Lupinacci, Purdy, & Schatz, EDS. 2Contributors Anne C. Bell Anita de Melo Carolyn Drew Amber E. George Karin Gunnarsson Dinker Sinem Ketenci John Lupinacci Anthony J. Nocella II Sean Parson Helena Pedersen Ian Purdy Meneka Repka Constance L. Russell J.L. Schatz William E. Shanahan III

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About the author About the author Anthony J. Nocella II , Ph.D., an activist-scholar, is Assistant Professor of Sociology, Criminology, Peace and Conflict Studies, Environmental Studies, and Gender and Women’s Studies at Fort Lewis College. He has published over twenty-five books, including Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic Industrial Complex (2010). Erik Juergensmeyer , Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Composition and Rhetoric and Coordinator of the Peace and Conflict Studies Program at Fort Lewis College. He is Editor of the Green

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Contemporary Anarchist Criminology About the editors Anthony J. Nocella II , Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology in the Institute for Public Safety at Salt Lake Community College. He has published over fifty peer-reviewed book chapters or articles and over forty books. Mark Seis , Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Sociology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. He has published on a variety of topics ranging from the juvenile death penalty to environmental policy. Jeff Shantz , Ph.D., currently teaches

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From Education to Incarceration Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data From education to incarceration: dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline / edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Priya Parmar, David Stovall. pages cm. — (Counterpoints: studies in the postmodern theory of education; v. 453) Includes bibliographical references. 1. School discipline—United States. 2. Public schools—Security measures—United States. 3. School management and organization—United States. 4. School violence—Law and legislation—United States. 5. Juvenile justice