eBook Prison/Culture epub

by Sharon E. Bliss,Kevin B. Chen,Steve Dickison

eBook Prison/Culture epub
  • ISBN: 1931404119
  • Author: Sharon E. Bliss,Kevin B. Chen,Steve Dickison
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: City Lights Foundation Books (April 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1718 kb
  • FB2 size 1953 kb
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The book also includes essays on prisons and prison art by Angela Y. Davis and Mike Davis, and poetry by Amiri Baraka, Ericka Huggins, Luis Rodriguez, Sesshu Foster, and more.

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Prison/Culture investigates the culture of incarceration as an integral part of the American experience through a compilation of stunning and often heartrending art by inmates, as well as artists on the outside, such as Sandow Birk and Keith Antar Mason, who address incarceration, criminal profiling, wrongful conviction, prison labor, and the death penalty.

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Dickison is Director of the Poetry Center at SF State University

SF Bay Guardian "'The Prison Project' contextualizes the work within the gallery so the viewer cannot help but think of life on the inside, and hopefully, bring it with him or her to the world outside. Dickison is Director of the Poetry Center at SF State University.

Over two million individuals are behind bars .

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City Lights Celebrates the Release of Prison/Culture. On Thursday, May 6 at 7:00 pm, join Steve Dickison, Jack Hirschman, Ericka Huggins, and Rigo 23 for a reading and book release celebration at City Lights Books.

Over two million individuals are behind bars in US prisons, living in isolation from their families and their communities. Prison/Culture investigates the culture of incarceration as an integral part of the American experience through a compilation of stunning and often heartrending artwork by inmates as well as by artists on the outside, such as Sandow Birk and Keith Antar Mason, who address incarceration, criminal profiling, wrongful conviction, prison labor, and the death penalty. The book also includes essays on prisons and prison art by Angela Y. Davis and Mike Davis, and poetry by Amiri Baraka, Ericka Huggins, Luis Rodriguez, Sesshu Foster, and more.

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