Academic journal article Social Justice

From the Editorial Board

Academic journal article Social Justice

From the Editorial Board

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We are very proud to release this special issue celebrating the first 40 years of Social Justice. As you will read in Tony Platt's introduction, the occasion for this issue was a seminar held at UC Berkeley that revisited the legacies of radical criminology, a tradition that our journal helped to create, define, and redefine in the face of the many turbulent transformations of the past four decades. Readers of this journal know that our initial focus on crime and criminal justice has broadened to encompass a wider array of issues--human rights, borders and migrations, labor and capital, environmental justice, critical pedagogy, race, gender, and sexuality--that shape our critical understanding of the present and inform current struggles and social movements.

As we look forward to our next 40 years, we will continue to publish insightful research that critically scrutinizes our present and envisions an alternative future; and we will continue to be independently produced and published. But we are also introducing some small changes to attune our journal to the forms of contemporary communication. …

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