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Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color

This book is about Andrea J. Ritchie
"Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color," penned by Andrea J. Ritchie and featuring a poignant foreword by Angela Davis, delves into the harrowing intersection of racial and gender injustices underpinning police violence against women of color. Published on August 1, 2017, this groundbreaking work scrutinizes the overlooked narratives of Black women, Indigenous women, and women of color who have been targeted by law enforcement. Through the heart-wrenching stories of figures like Sandra Bland and Rekia Boyd, Ritchie not only sheds light on the systemic erasure and marginalization these women face but also charts the evolution of activist movements advocating for their recognition and justice. Ideal for college students studying criminal justice reform, racial justice, or gender equality, this book is a critical call to radically rethink our approaches to safety and the mechanisms we use to achieve it, urging a shift towards more equitable practices in law enforcement and public awareness.
Published by Beacon Press on August 1, 2017
352 pages
ISBN: 9780807088982
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This book provides valuable insights into Criminal Justice ReformGender Equality, and Racial Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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