When police are deployed in high schools, typical behavioral issues are reframed as criminal ones.
Our work on policing and mass incarceration.
Smartphones bring just-in-time efficiency and corporate discipline to everything from shopping to sex slavery
Sometimes, I dream that the drone is going to attack, and I’m scared. I’m really scared. After the interview is over, Sadaullah Wazir pulls the pant legs over the stubs of his knees till they conceal the bone-colored prostheses.
For artist and director Alex Rivera, drones are the medium and the message
“Inattentive,” “rude,” and “dumb” service workers damage the value of their bosses’ product in subtle acts of psycho-social sabotage so pervasive that an entire industry of mystery shoppers has sprung up to combat it
The various tendencies subsumed under the New Aesthetic label point to a future in which the objects of our affection develop affection for us
Vicariousness as a system of control in The Hunger Games -- both the novel and the zeitgeisty phenomenon
The photographs of Antonio Bolfo, a Rhode Island School of Design graduate and former NYPD patrolman who took artistic photographs while on the job, humanize both officers and civilians. So says the The New York Times. But is this true? And if it is, does it matter?
If severe overcrowding and the structural violence of the penal system were to blame for the Carandiru massacre, which has become an indelible pockmark on Brazilian history, we can expect a similar outcome in Honduras.
I am writing this on the premise that you are a well-meaning person who wishes Occupy Wall Street to succeed. I am also writing as someone who was deeply involved in the early stages of planning Occupy in New York. I am also an anarchist who has participated in many Black Blocs. This is why
(“Circle of Truth Hovering over The USA” by The London Police) On police cooperation with the status quo and occupiers’ cooperation with the police One of the most…