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245 00 $aCaptive genders :$btrans embodiment and the prison industrial complex /$cedited by Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith.
246 30 $aTrans embodiment and the prison industrial complex
250    $aExpanded second edition.
264 _1 $aOakland, CA, USA ;$aEdinburgh, Scotland :$bAK Press,$c[2015]
264 _4 $c©2015
300    $a399 pages ;$c22 cm
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504    $aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00 $gIntroduction : Fugitive flesh : gender, self-determination, queer abolition, and trans resistance /$rEric A. Stanley --$tBuilding an abolitionist trans & queer movement with everything we've got /$rMorgan Bassichis, Alexander Lee, Dean Spade --$t"Street power" and the claiming of public space : San Francisco's "Vanguard" and pre-Stonewall queer radicalism /$rJennifer Worley --$tBrushes with Lily Law /$rTommi Avicolli Mecca --$tLooking back : the bathhouse raids in Toronto, 1981 /$rNadia Guidotto --$tFrom a native trans daughter : carceral refusal, settler colonialism, re-routing the roots of an indigenous abolitionist imaginary /$rKalaniopua Young --$t"Rounding up the homosexuals" : the impact of juvenile court on queer and trans/gender-non-conforming youth /$rWesley Ware --$tHotel hell /$rRalowe T. Ampu --$tRegulatory sites : management, confinement, and HIV/AIDS /$rMichelle C. Velasquez-Potts --$tAwful acts and the trouble with normal : a personal treatise on sex offenders /$rErica R. Meiners --$tHow to make prisons disappear : queer immigrants, the shackles of love, and the invisibility of the prison industrial complex /$rYasmin Nair --$tIdentities under siege : violence against transpersons of color /$rLori Saffin --$tOn the intersection of the military and the prison industrial complex /$rChelsea E. Manning --$tKrystal is Kristopher and vice versa /$rKristopher Shelley "Krystal" --$t"The only freedom I can see" : imprisoned queer writing and the politics of the unimaginable /$rStephen Dillon --$tBeing an incarcerated transperson : shouldn't people care? /$rClifton Goring/Candi Raine Sweet --$tOut of compliance : masculine-identified people in women's prisons /$rLori Girshick --$tMy story /$rPaula Rae Witherspoon --$tExposure /$rCholo --$tNo one enters like them : health, gender variance, and the PIC /$rblake nemec --$tCustody's long shadow : reentry support as abolitionist work /$rJanetta Louise Johnson and Toshio Meronek --$tTransforming carceral logics : 10 reasons to dismantle the prison industrial complex using a queer/trans analysis /$rS. Lambel --$tMaking it happen, mama : a conversation with Miss Major /$rJayden Donahue --$tgender wars : state changing shape, passing to play, & body of our movements /$rVanessa Huang --$tMaroon abolitionists : black gender-oppressed activists in the Anti-Prison Movement in the US and Canada /$rJulia Chinyere Oparah --$tAbolitionist imaginings : a conversation with Bo Brown, Reina Gossett, and Dylan Rodríguez /$rChe Gossett --$tPicturing the PIC exercise /$rCritical Resistance --$tQuestions for abolitionist work : 7 easy steps /$rCritical Resistance --$tAddressing the prison industrial complex :$gcase studies /$rNat Smith.
520    $aPathologized, terrorized, and confined, trans/gender-non-conforming and queer folks have always struggled against the enormity of the prison industrial complex. The first collection of its kind, Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith bring together current and former prisoners, activists, and academics to offer new ways for understanding how race, gender, ability, and sexuality are lived under the crushing weight of captivity. Through a politic of gender self-determination, this collection argues that trans/queer liberation and prison abolition must be grown together. From rioting against police violence and critiquing hate crimes legislation, to prisoners demanding access to HIV medications, and far beyond, Captive Genders is a challenge for us all to join the struggle.
650 _0 $aTransgender people$xViolence against$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aTransgender people$xEffect of imprisonment on$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aPrison-industrial complex$zUnited States.
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