The Executed God: The Way of the Cross in Lockdown America

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Abu-Jamal, Mumia, xiv, 22, 26, 96–97, 110, 115, 149, 152, 162
anti-death penalty movements and, 149, 153
books by, 149–50, 192
Christendom and, xi, xiii
movements for, 152–53, 154
on nature, 122, 123–24
persona] case of, xi, 164n.3, 23–24, 149
religious supporters of, 151, 153
uniqueness of, 150, 198
Acton, Lord, 36, 46
Acts of Augustus, 83
adversarial politics, 71, 72, 76–79, 80, 84–86, 94, 95, 97, 101–2, 111, 129, 135
against the death penalty, 150–51
against police brutality, 139–40
against prison industry, 143–45
as spiritual practice, 159–60
aesthetic of resistance, 101, 114, 116, 124–26, 160–63
Africa 51–52, 65–66, 97, 123, 141
African Americans, 18–19, 147
in prison, xi, 25–28, 37, 45, 65, 107
Albright, Madeleine, 66
America Online, 112
American Indian Movement (AIM), 58
American Lawyer, 149
Amnesty International, xi, xiv, 35, 137, 148, 149
anonymous Christians, 136
anti-imperial practice, 79–90, 90–97, 130–31
anti-Semitism, 9–10, 93, 133
apocalyptic, 81, 93, 131
Apuleius, 86
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 5
Aquino, Corazon, 12
Arab peoples, 52
archontes (the powers), 84
Argentine Dirty War, 2, 31–33, 35, 106
arts of resistance, 100–101, 109–10, 116–17, 126, 152, 160–61
Asian peoples, 25, 52, 65, 107
Baez, Anthony, 138, 142, 154
Baldwin, James, 1
Bambaataa, Afrika, 147
Barron, Charles, 141
Barth, Karl, xii, 143
social movements and, 133–34
basileia (realm of God), 129
Batista, Fulgencio, 12, 118
Bauman, Zygmunt, 62
beauty, 161, 162
Bell, Derrick, 45
Bernstein, Lee, 105
Big House Nation, 19–20, 31, 52, 54, 62, 65
Birmingham, Alabama, 110
Black Panthers, 58, 138
bodies, absorbing terror, 113
“black,” 28
celebration of, 160
disciplining of, 42–43, 51, 62, 111–12
nature and, 119–20
on the line, 109–19
security forces and, 110–13
Bodley, John, 55
Boyarin, Daniel, 88
Bronx, New York, 18–19, 20, 121
Buddhism, 71
Bush, George Herbert, 56, 62–63
Bush, George W., xii, xvi, 56, 115

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