As protests and movements against police brutality and impunity continue to build throughout the United States, in Latin America the landscape of state violence and everyday crime is dire and getting worse, claiming tens of thousands of lives each year. Why? What can be done?
In the latest issue of the NACLA Report - out now - scholars, activists, and journalists shed light on the dark drivers of public security policy in the region—prisons, punishment, and policing—and their lethal consequences. For a full run-down, check out the Editor’s Introduction.
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