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The School-to-Prison Pipeline: Structuring Legal Reform


reviewed by Erica R. Meiners — February 07, 2011

coverTitle: The School-to-Prison Pipeline: Structuring Legal Reform
Author(s): Catherine Kim, Daniel Losen, and Damon Hewitt
Publisher: New York University Press, New York
ISBN: 0814748430, Pages: 240, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 07, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16332, Date Accessed: 7/20/2018 6:23:12 PM

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  • Erica Meiners
    Northeastern Illinois University
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    ERICA R. MEINERS teaches, writes and organizes in Chicago. She has written about her ongoing labor and learning in anti-militarization campaigns, educational justice struggles, prison abolition and reform movements, and queer and immigrant rights organizing, in Flaunt It! Queers organizing for public education and justice (2009), Right to be hostile: schools, prisons and the making of public enemies (2007) and articles in Radical Teacher, Meridians, AREA Chicago and Social Justice. Her day job is teaching at an open-access public university, Northeastern Illinois University, where she is a member of UPI/Local 4100; she also teaches at free sites in the city including a high school program for formerly incarcerated men and women.
 
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