Karleen Faith



In Praise of Political Education

Karleen Faith reviews the early days of the prison movement feminism in the progressive politics of the Bay Area. In her view, Social Justice signifies the feasibility of a sustained political and scholarly project that records itself in the process of making itself. It represents a high level of critical, political analysis of the state and all that circulates therein, includes feminist and other minority perspectives in articles and in journal decision-making, has an international scope of contributions, and the frequently includes criminal justice issues in the context of the larger, shifting U.S. national and international political economy.

radical criminology, Social Justice [periodical]

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. 2 (1999): 46-50