Friday Nov. 28: Community Responses to Criminalization and Police Targeting of the Poor

***announcing a grassroots community convergence***
Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC (in the Conference Centre)
Friday, November 28, 2014

Objectives of the convergence:
-Expose what’s actually happening on the ground from the perspective of people who are most impacted
-Share local picture to build a big picture of changes taking place in policing and criminalization
-Share local strategies that work
-Begin work towards a provincial network and a national campaign

Radical Criminology - Issue 4 is now available!

[IMG: Cover, Radical Criminology 4, special feature issue on Public Criminology]


Here's the entire fourth issue as a colour PDF

(or, as EPUB for Android or .MOBI for Kindle.)

As an open access journal all of our content is freely available online through our Open Journal Systems website:
http://journal.radicalcriminology.org

Please feel free to create yourself an account there if you would like to become a reviewer or contribute an article or artwork towards a future issue.

Click here to purchase a print version for $10 [ via 'createspace' ]

Radical Criminology is published in paperback by
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
spontaneous acts of scholarly combustion

THOUGHT | CRIMES... New press launches first book!

Introducing our new Open Monograph Press: http://thoughtcrimespress.org
TITLE: Who Killed the Berkeley School? Struggles Over Radical Criminology
AUTHORS: Julia & Herman Schwendinger
(with a foreword by Jeff Shantz)
ISBN: 0615990932

Toward Our Liberation: Women leading anti-imperialist movements

RED SPARKS UNION AND THE CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY WORKING GROUP PRESENT:

Toward Our Liberation: Women leading anti-imperialist movements

Public Forum
Thursday, March 6, 7pm, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Room FIR 128, Surrey BC
Friday, March 7, 7pm, SFU Harbour Centre Room 1700, Vancouver

Radical Criminology 3 - Download free or order a print copy

[RadCrim3 - Cover art by Fanny Aishaa]


Here's the entire third issue as a colour PDF

(in our print version --further details below--
only the cover's in colour, inside paintings are b&w.)

As an open access journal all of our content is freely available online through our Open Journal Systems website:
http://journal.radicalcriminology.org

Please feel free to create yourself an account there if you would like to become a reviewer or contribute an article or artwork towards a future issue.

Click here to purchase a print version for $9 [ via 'createspace' ]

Radical Criminology is published in paperback by
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
spontaneous acts of scholarly combustion

The North American Anarchist Studies Network 5th Annual Conference

This upcoming week THURS, FRI & SATURDAY we're hosting NAASN5!! and SAT.JAN. 18th, the Surrey Anarchist Bookfair! with lots of amazing tables lined up and some very useful, practical & radical workshops. Drop in any time and listen in (it's free & fun & for real. There will be lunches, snack and tea/coffee as well!)

[Surrey] Layla AbdelRahim: Crime & Reward from an Anarcho-Primitivist Perspective

Here is the video from the excellent presentation by Layla AbdelRahim (and interesting follow-up discussion) which took place at KPU on Tuesday October 8, 2013. Or, check it fullsize on the RadCrim YouTube channel here.

Layla's website is here: http://layla.miltsov.org/

Human Rights & Community Advocacy in the Age of Extreme Energy

(No Enbridge - image by Gord Hill)

A free public event co-hosted by the Critical Criminology Working Group with the PIPE UP Network...

On November 26 @ 5:30pm, please join us for
Student Poster Presentations & Public Research on

Human Rights and Community Advocacy
in the Age of Extreme Energy

with an opening from
Kevin Kelly of the Kwantlen First Nation

Radical Criminology 2 - Download free or order a print copy


Here's the entire second issue as a colour PDF

(in our print version --further details below--
only the cover's in colour, inside paintings are b&w.)

As an open access journal all of our content is freely available online through our Open Journal Systems website. Here is issue 2, click on the 'Table of Contents':
http://journal.radicalcriminology.org/index.php/rc/issue/view/2

Kwantlen EVENT-- Palestinian Political Prisoners: The Struggle for Freedom

Tuesday, September 17
5:00 PM
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Conference Centre A (Cedar 1205A)
12666 72 Ave, Surrey, BC
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/365966520200705

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