By Scotty T Reid In the annals of history, the oppressed have often been labeled as “human monsters” by the establishment and ruling classes. This…
Listen to this enlightening episode of BTR News as I engage in a compelling conversation with Professor Jocelyn Simonson, acclaimed author of “Radical Acts of Justice: How Ordinary People Are Dismantling Mass Incarceration.” In this thought-provoking interview, Professor Simonson delves into the heart of her groundbreaking book, shedding light on the extraordinary ways in which everyday individuals are challenging and reshaping the landscape of mass incarceration.
Professor Simonson’s insights are not only informed by her extensive legal background but also by her recent article, “Forget Trump, the Latest Georgia RICO Case Is a Disaster for Civil Liberties,” which critically examines the criminalization of social solidarity and political dissent. In our discussion, we explore the intersection of these pressing issues, offering a unique perspective on the current state of civil liberties and the criminal justice system.
Discover how grassroots movements and communities are making a difference, challenging the status quo, and advocating for justice. Don’t miss this engaging conversation that promises to inspire change and shed light on the power of collective action. Tune in as we explore “Radical Acts of Justice” with Professor Jocelyn Simonson.