Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
We need an analysis that furthers neither the conservative project of sequestering millions of men of color in accordance with the contemporary dictates of globalized capital and its prison industrial complex, nor the equally conservative project of abandoning poor women of color to a continuum of violence that extends from the sweatshops through the prisons, to shelters, and into bedrooms at home. How do we develop analyses and organizing strategies against violence against women that acknowledge the race of gender and the gender of race?
Angela P. Harris,
Heteropatriarchy Kills: Challenging Gender Violence in a Prison Nation,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y