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Title Ferguson's fault lines : the race quake that rocked a nation / edited by Kimberly Jade Norwood.
Edition First edition.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Michael Brown, dignity, and déja vu: from slavery to Ferguson and beyond / Christopher Alan Bracey : The theoretical lens: racial oppression as dignity expropriation ; Dignity expropriation as concept in the modern era ; Dignity expropriation and police culture in Ferguson: the Department of Justice reports ; Historical antecedents: from slavery to Ferguson ; The familiar call for equal dignity -- The psychology of racial violence / L. Song Richardson and Phillip Atiba Goff : Suspicion cascades ; Implicit racial bias ; Stereotype threat ; Masculinity threat ; Implications : Community policing; Interim solutions -- The prosecution, the grand jury, and the decision not to charge / Katherine Goldwasser : The Grand Jury proceedings : Differences from the Grand Jury "norm"; Cause for concern ; The decision to use a Grand Jury ; Lessons learned? -- St. Louis County municipal courts, for-profit policing and the road to reforms / Thomas Harvey and Brendan Roediger : The structure of St. Louis County police departments and courts ; The municipal court experience for defendants ; Civil rights violations in St. Louis County municipal courts ; Conditions of incarceration ; The "muni shuffle" ; Justice by the numbers: planning for warrants and counting on revenue ; Inside the numbers in other St. Louis County municipalities : Pine Lawn; St. Ann; Maplewood ; Municipal court injustice and its toll ; Efforts at transforming the system : Arch City Defenders' white paper; Requesting municipal court amnesty to city of Ferguson; Proposal to the Supreme Court of Missouri; Litigation attacking illegal fees; Writ of prohibition; Debtors' prison lawsuits; The Ferguson Commission; Missouri Legislature; Missouri Supreme Court; Reforms in individual municipalities; Department of Justice investigation and report -- Making Ferguson: segregation and uneven development in St. Louis and St. Louis County / Colin Gordon : The politics of segregation in greater St. Louis ; Making Ferguson -- From Brown to Brown: sixty-plus years of separately unequal public education / Kimberly Jade Norwood : A segregated and unequal past ; Racial inequality in public schools : Graduation; Literacy; Resources ; Normandy schools ; What is left of Brown? ; What now? ; What now for Normandy? -- If Michael Brown were alive, would he be employable? / Terry Smith : The enterprise of criminalizing Black lives ; Structural inequality and petty-crimes law enforcement ; Discrimination, criminalization, and employment opportunity : Expungement of criminal records; Antidiscrimination laws; Eighth Amendment concerns -- The geography of inequality: a public health context for Ferguson and the St. Louis region / Jason Q. Purnell : For the sake of all: background ; Historical and demographic context : Population and place of residence; Education attainment; Unemployment; Poverty; Income ; Mapping inequality ; Recommendations -- Media framing in black and white: the construction of black male identity / Candice Norwood : The real Michael Brown ; A brief history of framing theory and techniques : "Michael Brown remembered as 'gentle giant'"; "Mike Brown had marijuana in system at the time of shooting" -- Psychic pain : residents, protesters, police, and community / Kira Hudson Banks and Vetta L. Sanders Thompson : Shooting reactions ; Protest exposure ; Youth exposure ; Distanced exposure ; Police reactions ; Not just African Americans ; Other community concerns -- Ferguson and the First Amendment / Chad Flanders : Introduction Wilson-Brown as metaphor : A man was told by a police officer to get out of the street and to walk somewhere else ; When the man turned toward the police officer, there was a struggle, and the officer in response used a large amount of force against the man ; There was no reliable video of the event, and the police early on were selective in what they shared with the media ; In the days that followed, perceptions differed as to what happened: whether the man was mostly blameless or mostly to blame, and whether the force was excessive or proportional ; The deliberations of the Grand Jury were kept secret, but the prosecutor in a news conference and subsequent public events got to tell his side of the story ; A DOJ report released in March showed that aggressive policing tactics were long a part of Ferguson's history, and demands were made for reform ; Conclusion : History keeps on repeating itself -- The uncertain hope of body cameras / Howard M. Wasserman : Unknown effects and unintended consequences ; Limits of video evidence ; Implementation: the devil in the details -- Policing in the 21st century / Tracey L. Meares : Two views: more laws? or less crime? ; Legitimacy as an element of rightful policing ; Recommendations of the task force ; Conclusions and implications for policing : Training; Strategies and tactics; Democracy and community participation.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- Missouri -- Ferguson.
Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- United States.
Police misconduct -- Missouri -- Ferguson.
Police misconduct -- United States.
Race discrimination -- United States.
Racism -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
Added Author Norwood, Kimberly Jade, editor.
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Related To Original 9781634253727 1634253728 (DLC) 2016011068
ISBN 9781634253734 (electronic bk.)
1634253736 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # EBC5449478
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