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The term "prison-industrial complex" (PIC) is used to attribute the rapid expansion of the US inmate population to the political influence of private prison companies and businesses that supply goods and services to government prison agencies. The term is derived from the "military-industrial complex" of the 1950s. Such groups include corporations that contract prison labor, construction companies, surveillance technology vendors, lawyers, and lobby groups that represent the
At war 214 out of her 237 calendar years of existence. We never gone a decade without war. The only time without war was the isolationist period of the Great Depression from 1935 to 1940. Eisenhower warned about the MIC: "A vital element in keeping the peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction..." &
ineffective counsel and the prison industrial complex karen lee and shandrea delaney
Thru the Eyes of Faith features pt 2 of our Saving Our Black Youth Segment: The Prison Industrial Complex Special panel guest: Jeffrey Muhammad, Chicago Willie Muhammad, New Orleans Philip A. Muhammad, Los Angeles Emanuel Price, Portland
Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali, as we welcome Sister Pam Africa of Move Organization - To discuss the 60th Birthday of Mumia Abu-Jamaal & upcoming events in demand his freedom. We will also be discussing the Prison Industrial Complex & The plight of political prisoners. Show starts at 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Call in, let's talk about it. Peace.
With only 5% of the world’s population, the U.S. has 25% of the world’s prison population African American and Hispanics comprised 58% of all prisoners in 2008, even though African Americans and Hispanics make up approximately one quarter of the US population.
THAT'S A PROBLEM FAMILY!!! THE MACHINE IS REVVIN' UP AND ITS TARGETING OUR YOUTH
TONIGHTS EPISIDE PART II OF THE WAKEUP CAMPAIGN/PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
LOCKDOWN: NEW SLAVES MASS INCARERATION OF BLACKS & LATINOS
After tech headlines we'll talk about how the VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY is a perfect metaphor for the military industrial complex and what that complex is exactly.
Dr. Aaron Kipnis is clinical psychologist with a private practice in Santa Monica, California. He is also a full time professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. His 5th book, The Midas Complex, was just published this winter. He trains therapists about how to work with their clients’ money-related psychological issues and offers Midas Complex workshops to the public around the country.
Guest: John Feffer, author and co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies. We will discuss the end of the Iraq War, the possibility that Iran is next, what's next for the War on Terror, the rationale for hundreds of military bases abroad and who really calls the shots on foreign policy in the United States. Host: Annabel Park
This is part of the Citizens Intervention Series focused on discussing the best strategies and the most effective tactics for political reform.
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