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Researching Mass Incarceration and Prison Abolition: Books: Discrimination in Criminal Justice Administration

A research guide created by Brooklyn Law School's librarians to assist those who wish to identify resources on mass incarceration and prison abolition. This guide highlights selected New York-specific events and sources.

Related Books

Please see also the books in guide box: Gender & Justice.

Discrimination in Criminal Justice Administration & Crimes Against Black Americans (available through BLS Library)

Note: BLS Library also provides Unequal Justice as an ebook.  In catalog record for this ebook, click: ACCESS ONLINE VERSION - (EBSCO).  Unlimited copies available.  (Off-campus use: requires proxy.)

New Ideas: Criminal Justice Administration

New Ideas: U.S. Supreme Court Decision-Making

Borders, Detention of Migrants & U.S. Border Patrol (available through BLS Library)

Enemy Combatant Policies Since 9/11 (available through BLS Library)

Nature of Police & Policing (available through BLS Library)

Sentencing Youth to Life in Prison (available through BLS Library)