Lead lecturer argues US perpetuating decades-long trend of high incarceration rates for ‘traditionally oppressed’ Blacks
By Bradford Betz
Starting this fall, Yale University will be offering a course comparing prison systems in the United States, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and Communist China in the 20th century.
Led by professor of history Timothy Snyder and professor of philosophy Jason Stanley, “Mass Incarceration in the Soviet Union and the United States,” sets out to investigate the role that mass incarceration played in both superpowers during the latter half of the 20th century.
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