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Stick Together and Come Back Home

Racial Sorting and the Spillover of Carceral Identity

Patrick Lopez-Aguado

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Pädagogik

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In Stick Together and Come Back Home, Patrick Lopez-Aguado examines how what happens inside a prison affects what happens outside of it. Following the experiences of seventy youth and adults as they navigate juvenile justice and penal facilities before finally going back home, he outlines how institutional authorities structure a “carceral social order” that racially and geographically divides criminalized populations into gang-associated affiliations. These affiliations come to shape one’s exposure to both violence and criminal labeling, and as they spill over the institutional walls they establish how these unfold in high-incarceration neighborhoods as well, revealing the insidious set of consequences that mass incarceration holds for poor communities of color.

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violence in prison, prison administration, violence against prisoners, institutional behavior, juvenile justice, racial division in prisons, criminal labeling, racism in prisons, penal violence, social impact of incarceration, mass incarceration, race and prisons, surviving prison, criminal rehabilitation, transitioning back home after prison, carceral social order, life after prison, prison life, impact of mass incarceration on communities