Schools, Prisons and the Disturbing Logic of Inequality (2011)

Tim Wise on September 16, 2012 19:39

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    From my September 2011 speech at Spalding University in Louisville. In this clip I discuss the way in which the U.S. clearly prioritizes incarceration over education, and analyze the systemic logic -- however twisted -- of inequality, and how it is "rational" from the perspective of those who benefit from the economic status quo...

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