Tag: Criminology

Juvenile in Justice

Richard Ross Introduction by Danielle Moss From Boom Summer 2016, Vol 6, No 2 The United States is the only country in the […]

Reflections from Inside

Carlos Adrian Vazquez, Jr. Editor’s Note: Tucked away in the northern part of the San Fernando Valley at the intersection […]

Healing the Broken

by Javier Stauring From Boom Summer 2016, Vol 6, No 2 In more than two decades of working with incarcerated children, their families, […]

A Vast Strangeness

Prisons invading California, a photo essay by Josef Jacques.

California’s New Carceral Logic

Health care, confinement, and the future of imprisonment, by Jonathan Simon.

The Cost of Doing Nothing

Revisiting California’s death row, by Paige St. John.

The End of Mass Incarceration in California

What comes next? By Eve Bachrach and Jason S. Sexton.

From the Editor’s Desktop

A note from Boom’s new editor, Jason Sexton.

Blood and Sand

Rubén Martínez on his time with the Movimiento por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad.

Justice and Time

Before and after Oscar Grant. “The arc of the moral universe is long but it does not necessarily bend toward justice…”