Ward Churchill - Doing Time: The Politics Of Imprisonment mp3 flac
|2||Prisons And The Emergence Of The State|
|3||Law Serves Order|
|4||Order And Race|
|5||State Reponse To Resistance|
|6||A Case Study: LAPD, Ramparts Division|
|7||The Politicization Of Street Organizations|
|8||Counter Intelligence Program: Illegal Inception|
|9||Cointelpro And Politically Objectionable Citizens|
|10||The Key Agitator Index|
|11||The Inventory Of Techniques: Methods Of Neutralization|
|12||Superfluous Humans And A Culture Of Imprisonment|
|13||Rates Of Incarceration|
|14||A Slave Economy|
|15||Our Common Enemy: The State|
Notes"We don't have to worry about whether we will have a political police either in the United States or Canada. We’ve had them for a long time ... It's not a question of how to prevent it, it's a question of how to deal with it since it is an existent reality."
-- Ward Churchill, from the CD.
The U.S. government has used all means to subvert and neutralize movements for social change. This lecture focuses on the FBI's counter intelligence programs (COINTELPRO), their use in undermining dissent and the criminal justice system's role as an agent of social control.
Ward Churchill is co-director of the American Indian Movement of Colorado, Vice Chairperson of the American Anti-Defamation Council, past National Spokesperson for the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, and an associate professor of American Indian Studies and Communications at the University of Colorado/Boulder.
This lecture was recorded on September 15th, 2000 at the Doing Time conference held at the University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Canada.
|G7020, AKA032||Ward Churchill||Doing Time: The Politics Of Imprisonment (CD)||G7 Welcoming Committee Records, AK Press Audio||G7020, AKA032||UK||2001|
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