1. Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. interviews Dr. Morris Taylor on issues of criminal justice

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    This is the video version of a radio interview that Dr. Aldemaro Romero Jr. did with Dr. Morris Taylor about the issue of criminal justice in the U.S.

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    • Death Penalty - Financial Cost

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      including a lot of hidden costs to having the death penalty as an option

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      • Block Museum: When You CAN'T Shake It Off

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        A cell phone camera captures the death of Eric Garner. White men toting assault rifles film confrontations with police officers over their right to openly carry firearms. A video of a cop lip-synching to Taylor Swift goes viral. During this program, Will Schmenner, Block Cinema guest curator, and Harvey Young, Northwestern University associate professor, discuss the role and use of social media in creating a national conversation about race, law, and the limits of police power. How does civil resistance operate in the Internet era?

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        • Prisoners of Age: A Photo Documentary on Alcatraz this Summer 2015 (Pt. 1)

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          An ongoing photo documentary of North American elderly inmates spanning nearly 20 years. Coming to San Francisco's former prison on Alcatraz as a bigger-than-life exhibition July 2015. More: http://prisonersofage.com. Interview here with award-winning photographer Ron Levine. The July 2015 exhibition on Alcatraz is being assembled now by an award-winning team from the U.S. and Canada. - Led by photographer Ron Levine (http://ronlevinephotography.com). - Designed by Michael Wou + Russell Volckmann of Origami (http://origami.qc.ca). - Storytelling and storydoing by Russell Volckmann of Sweet Danger (http://sweetdanger.co).

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          • Liberty University Online

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            Earn your Criminal Justice Degree at the comfort of your home at http://goo.gl/vCs2xe Develop a broad understanding of the U.S criminal justice system. Study key aspects of criminal justice including law enforcement, Criminal Psychology, Forensics, Homeland Security and Youth Corrections. Gain reading, writing and critical thinking skills. Advance your career with a criminal justice degree!

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            • RACE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM APR 2 2015

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              "From Ferguson to Staten Island, the #blacklivesmatter campaign has put the treatment of Black people in the criminal justice system front and center in public conversation. Police brutality and the unequal treatment of Black people in the criminal justice system have a long history in the United States; as do campaigns to challenge it. Join us for an exciting two-month conversation where we explore this bigger history of mass incarceration; the racial inequalities of policing, prosecution and sentencing; the long history of political prisoners; and the campaigns of resistance built by black communities and prisoners themselves from the civil rights era to today. We are joined by six authors of important books that are must-reads for people interested in the long history of racial inequality and Black resistance in the criminal justice system: Bryan Stevenson (Just Mercy); Dan Berger (Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era), Vikki Law (Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women) in March; Ruth Wilson Gilmore (Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California ); Laura Whitehorn (The War Before: The True Life Story of Becoming a Black Panther, Keeping the Faith in Prison, and Fighting for Those Left Behind) and Arun Kundnani (The Muslims Are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror)." -- Jeanne Theoharris and Komozi Woodard

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              • RACE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM Mar 5 2015

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                "From Ferguson to Staten Island, the #blacklivesmatter campaign has put the treatment of Black people in the criminal justice system front and center in public conversation. Police brutality and the unequal treatment of Black people in the criminal justice system have a long history in the United States; as do campaigns to challenge it. Join us for an exciting two-month conversation where we explore this bigger history of mass incarceration; the racial inequalities of policing, prosecution and sentencing; the long history of political prisoners; and the campaigns of resistance built by black communities and prisoners themselves from the civil rights era to today. We are joined by six authors of important books that are must-reads for people interested in the long history of racial inequality and Black resistance in the criminal justice system: Bryan Stevenson (Just Mercy); Dan Berger (Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era), Vikki Law (Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women) in March; Ruth Wilson Gilmore (Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California ); Laura Whitehorn (The War Before: The True Life Story of Becoming a Black Panther, Keeping the Faith in Prison, and Fighting for Those Left Behind) and Arun Kundnani (The Muslims Are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror)." -- Jeanne Theoharris and Komozi Woodard

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                • PSJA CCTA Criminal Justice Classes

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                  Students are you interested in becoming a police officer one day or maybe a lawyer? PSJA ISD is giving you the opportunity to get a head start on you career with an associate of arts degree in criminal justice. If you're interested in a career in law talk to your counselor about enrolling in the public service endorsement and starting on your path to earning a South Texas College criminal justice associate's degree. June 2015

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                  • Mass Incarceration & Reintegration After Release

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                    2 minutes. We're locking up lots of people who eventually get out.

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                    • Bianchi on Fox News Happening Now about Obama's Immigration Executive Order

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                      Check out Former Morris County Prosecutor and Partner at The Bianchi Law Group, Robert Bianchi, on Happening Now broadcast on Fox News Channel, live this morning (12/17) regarding Federal Judge Arthur Schwab’s finding of President Obama’s executive action on immigration policy to be “unconstitutional.” (We apologize due to some technical difficulties with only the left side monitor working, Bob had to keep looking to the left monitor).

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