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.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Oxford, Wien, 2018. XXII, 450 pp., 18 b/w ill., 15 tables
William Ayers: Foreword – Frank Hernandez: Preface – Acknowledgments – Anthony J. Nocella II/Priya Parmar/David Stovall:
Introduction: Every Day Is Like Skydiving Without a Parachute: A Revolution for Abolishing the School to Prison Pipeline –
Nancy A. Heitzeg: Criminalizing Education: Zero Tolerance Policies, Police in the Hallways, and the School to Prison Pipeline
– Annette Fuentes: The Schoolhouse as Jailhouse – David Gabbard: Rethinking the School to Prison Pipeline – Damien M. Sojoyner:
Changing the Lens: Moving Away from the School to Prison Pipeline – Henry A. Giroux: Punishment Creep and the Crisis of Youth
in the Age of Disposability – Jesselyn McCurdy: Targets for Arrest – Carol Mendoza Fisher: Race and Access to Green Space
– Four Arrows: Red Road Lost: A Story Based on True Events – Maisha T. Winn/Stephanie S. Franklin: Emerging from Our Silos:
Coalition Building for Black Girls – Shannon D. Snapp/Jennifer M. Hoeing/Amanda Fields/Stephen T. Russell: Messy, Butch, and
Queer: LGBTQ Youth and the School to Prison Pipeline – Nekima Levy-Pounds: Warehousing, Imprisoning, and Labeling Youth "Minorities"
– Dean L. Adams/Erica R. Meiners: Who Wants to Be Special? Pathologization and the Preparation of Bodies for Prison – Anthony
J. Nocella II/Kim Socha: The New Eugenics: Challenging Urban Education and Special Education and the Promise of Hip Hop Pedagogy
– Mumia Abu-Jamal: Prisons of Ignorance – Deborah Appleman/Zeke Caligiuri/Jon Vang: At the End of the Pipeline: Can the Liberal
Arts Liberate the Incarcerated? – Anthony J. Nocella II: Transforming Justice and Hip Hop Activism in Action – Don C. Sawyer
III/Daniel White Hodge: Back on the Block: Community Reentry and Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Youth – Anne Burns
Thomas: Youth in Transition and School Reentry: Process, Problems, and Preparation – Letitia Basford/Bridget Borer/Joe Lewis:
A Reason to Be Angry: A Mother, Her Sons, and the School to Prison Pipeline – Erica R. Meiners: Ending the School to Prison
Pipeline/Building Abolition Futures – Arash Daneshzadeh: A New Choice of Weapon: Activism Through Hip Hop and Restorative
Justice – Emilio Lacques-Zapien/Leslie Mendoza: Youth of Color Fight Back: Transforming Our Communities – Anthony J. Nocella
II: Tactics and Strategies to Organize for Abolishing the School to Prison Pipeline – Priya Parmar: Abolition Strategies for
Teachers Fighting Academic Repression in the Corporate-Academic Industrial Complex – David Stovall: Seven Considerations for
"School" Abolition – Bernardine Dohrn: Afterword – Appendix: Organizations and Resources – Contributors.