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Incarceration Nation exposes the racist foundations of policing and imprisonment in Australia, but at what cost?

By Latoya Aroha Rule, PhD Candidate, University of Technology Sydney
Lilly Brown, Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
Natalie Ironfield, PhD Candidate, The University of Melbourne
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Incarceration Nation has the potential to shake the very core of your understanding of what it means to be Blak on this continent.

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