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Incarcerated resistance : how identity, gender, and privilege shape the experiences of America's nonviolent activists / Anya Stanger.

Author/creator Stanger, Anya, 1979- author.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Lanham : Lexington Books, [2022]
Descriptionxviii, 211 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Justice action prisoners in the school of the Americas watch and plowshares movements -- Resistance in an imperial state: prison witness -- Like a chiropractic adjustment: aligning actions and beliefs through identity-work -- Embodiment, privilege power, and the experience of action -- Prison communities -- A visitor in someone else's house: the standpoint of justice action prisoners -- Journey through prison witness: the significance of privilege and gender.
Abstract "Grounded in the lives of some of its most committed nonviolent activists, Incarcerated Resistance tells a story of anti-war resistance, what it means to "go to jail for justice" in the contemporary United States, and shows how identity matters in both the activation of prison witness, and as a key shaper of individual experience"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Issued in other formOnline version: Stanger, Anya, 1979- Incarcerated resistance Lanham : Lexington Books, [2022] 9781793605627
LCCN 2021046604
ISBN9781793605610 hardcover
ISBN1793605610 hardcover
ISBNelectronic publication

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