Justice links from around the web

From Professor Rick Wilson:
The Dale Prize is two-day event that links a scholar and a practitioner for dialogues on a focused planning topic, organized by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Cal Poly Pomona.
Last month’s Dale Prize Colloquium on planning for community self determination and racial justice generated a lively and stimulating discussion. Scholar Dr. Lisa Bates (Portland State) and Practitioner Mr. Hector Verdugo (Homeboy Industries) discussed practical ways of advancing racial justice. (YouTube Video)

Brilliant Price Student Felix Huang writes How We Talk About Asian American Aggrievement.

Right to the City: From Policing to Planning: Putting the People in Charge

To Work and Pray in Remembrance by Elise M. Edwards on Feminism and Religion

Why Seal Hunting May Come Back and Bite Humans by Charlie Camosy

Stay Unfair, Stay Beautiful a social media campaign (#unfairandlovely) that started with dark-skinned Indian women in response to skin-bleaching products marketed to both women and men

Feminist geographer Doreen Massey died this week. Here’s one of her pieces I admire: Neoliberalism has hijacked our vocabulary.

Justice links from around the web

Campus protests and whiteness as property We have some Cheryl Harris fans in the class, and some campus organizers–this one is for y’all.

Why Losing a Home Means Losing Everything

This Women’s History Month, I Refuse to Celebrate Your Feminism

Inside Higher Ed and the #NotAllMen defense

Obama bans solitary confinement in federal prisons

Tech bro bro-sprains how his city is infested with homeless people

Visceral Geographies of Whiteness (open access, scholarly journal article)

Yuri Kochiyama’s obituary from the SF Gate

Students shouldn’t have to choose between books and food.

I’ll be so proud when my daughter is president and runs a corrupt oligarchy by Kiese Laymon (You should just always read Kiese Laymon whenever you can).

Bodies on the Line–The LA Review of Books

Decolonizing my Brown Body