Daily Archives: January 30, 2012

Some Transformative Justice Links

In the wake of recent conversations, I’ve been looking around for further resources on transformative justice. I haven’t been able to do a lot of intense follow-up on the topic lately, because in mid-January I had major spinal surgery (after breaking my neck in an accident back in 2011); this obviously has involved many painkillers and a lot of sleep and not-working as much as possible. However, I have been able to do some reading, and I want to share some of what I’ve found most compelling. Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Discrimination, Domestic Violence, Law, Race & Ethnicity, Racism, Rape Culture | Tagged , , | 127 Comments

Birth Control: Kind of Like Pork Chops

“Pro-life” Catholic colleges are all salty about a new law requiring insurance plans to cover birth control. Because even though 98% of Catholic women will use contraception at some point in their lives, male Catholic leaders have decided that a baby is a gift from God and expecting insurance providers to cover birth control is like expecting pork to be served at a Jewish barbeque: Continue reading

Posted in Gender, Health, Politics, Reproductive Rights | Tagged , , , | 55 Comments