From Private Violence to Mass Incarceration: Thinking Intersectionally About Women, Race, and Social Control

This article addresses political failures within the antiracism and antiviolence movements that may contribute to the legitimacy of the contemporary punishment culture, both ideologically and materially.

Keywords: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, advocacy, asylum seekers, cultural determinants of health, culturally and linguistically diverse, culture, ethnicity, feminism, gender, gender equality, gender equity, human rights, immigrant, international, law, legal rights, LGBTQI+, migrant and refugee women, prevention of gender based violence, racism, sexual assault, social determinants of health, women in prison, women's rights
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