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Money Over Minds: Black Men, Higher Education, and the Political Economy of the Prison Industrial Complex in Ohio

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“Money Over Minds: African American Men, Higher Education Funding, and the Political Economy of the Prison Industrial Complex in Ohio, 1985-2008” examines the recent history behind the disproportionate over-incarceration of African American Men and males in the state of Ohio. As a 2002 joint Justice Policy Institute/Policy Matters Ohio Report indicated, since 1985, higher education funding, in the state, has drastically decreased, as funding and construction of prisons and juvenile justice centers has decidedly increased. Defined as the New Jim Crow, by the Ohio State University Law Professor Michelle Alexander, the increase of economic and political support for Ohio prisons is coupled with the parallel, destabilizing realities of African American men experiencing delimited opportunities for college and university educational access due to imprisonment. All of this is examined in the context of increasing deindustrialization, the rise of drug and thug culture, as well as the expansion of the prison industrial complex, in the state of Ohio.
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Name: 95th Annual Convention
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Williams, Zachery. "Money Over Minds: Black Men, Higher Education, and the Political Economy of the Prison Industrial Complex in Ohio" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 95th Annual Convention, Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p435840_index.html>

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Williams, Z. "Money Over Minds: Black Men, Higher Education, and the Political Economy of the Prison Industrial Complex in Ohio" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 95th Annual Convention, Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p435840_index.html

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Abstract: “Money Over Minds: African American Men, Higher Education Funding, and the Political Economy of the Prison Industrial Complex in Ohio, 1985-2008” examines the recent history behind the disproportionate over-incarceration of African American Men and males in the state of Ohio. As a 2002 joint Justice Policy Institute/Policy Matters Ohio Report indicated, since 1985, higher education funding, in the state, has drastically decreased, as funding and construction of prisons and juvenile justice centers has decidedly increased. Defined as the New Jim Crow, by the Ohio State University Law Professor Michelle Alexander, the increase of economic and political support for Ohio prisons is coupled with the parallel, destabilizing realities of African American men experiencing delimited opportunities for college and university educational access due to imprisonment. All of this is examined in the context of increasing deindustrialization, the rise of drug and thug culture, as well as the expansion of the prison industrial complex, in the state of Ohio.


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