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    Race, Riots, and the Police

    Race, Riots, and the Police

    Howard Rahtz

    Reflected almost daily in headlines, the enormous rift between the police and the communities they serve—especially African American communities—remains one of the major challenges facing the United States. And race-related riots continue to be a violent manifestation of that rift. Can this dismal state of affairs be changed? Can the distrust between black citizens and the police ever    More >

    Journeys Out of Homelessness: The Voices of Lived Experience

    Journeys Out of Homelessness: The Voices of Lived Experience

    Jamie Rife and Donald W. Burnes

    How do individuals move from being homeless to finding safe, stable, and secure places to live? Can we recreate the conditions that helped them most? What policies are needed to support what worked—and to remove common obstacles? Addressing these questions, Jamie Rife and Donald Burnes start from the premise that the most important voices in efforts to end homelessness are the ones most    More >

    Undocumented Latino Youth: Navigating Their Worlds

    Undocumented Latino Youth: Navigating Their Worlds

    Marisol Clark-Ibáñez

    Though often overlooked in heated debates, nearly 1.8 million undocumented immigrants are under the age of 18. How do immigration policies shape the lives of these young people? How do local and state laws that are seemingly unrelated to undocumented communities negatively affect them? Marisol Clark-Ibáñez delivers an intimate look at growing up as an undocumented Latino immigrant,    More >

    Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Critical Look at Food Insecurity

    Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Critical Look at Food Insecurity

    James D. Wright, Amy Donley, and Sara Strickhouser Vega

    In the United States today, 50 million people don't have enough food. How is this possible in one of the world's wealthiest countries? Why hasn’t the problem been solved? Is it simply an economic issue? Challenging conventional wisdom, the authors of Hunger in the Land of Plenty explore the causes and consequences of food insecurity; assess some of the major policies and programs    More >

    Shots Fired: Gun Violence in the United States

    Shots Fired: Gun Violence in the United States

    Howard Rahtz

    Mass killings. Gang violence. Street crimes. Suicides. Accidental shootings. The United States is enduring a literal epidemic of gun violence. Howard Rahtz, drawing on decades of experience as a police officer all too familiar with the horrors that guns can cause, delves deeply into the nature and impact of this epidemic. Rahtz explores each element of the triangle of ability, desire, and    More >

    Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, and Sexual Assault: Challenging the Myths

    Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, and Sexual Assault: Challenging the Myths

    Corina Schulze, Sarah Koon-Magnin, and Valerie Bryan

    The underlying argument of this groundbreaking study is this: Sexual orientation and gender identity influence how sexual assault is experienced, how it is perceived, and ultimately, how victims (and perpetrators) are treated by the criminal justice system. Focusing much of their work on the queer community—a community with a disproportionately high risk of sexual assault—the    More >

     

    手机上国外的网加速软件

    We are delighted to honor Chinese activist and LRP author Xu Zhiyong for winning the 2020 PEN/Barbey Freedom to Write Award. As Ian Johnson explains in his review in The New York Review of Books, “Xu’s personal journey perfectly captures the trajectory of the weiquan movement.... Indispensable for understanding the ideals that drive the entire movement.” Here’s a link to his personal memoir that we published in 2017.
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