Explores the chilling case of a murder and dismemberment that took place in Philadelphia in 1887.
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Examines the historical origins of African American women’s experiences with criminal justice in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
More from Kali Nicole Gross and co-author, Daina Ramey Berry, forthcoming from Beacon Press (2020), A Black Women’s History of the United States.
Special issue of Souls on black women and carceral violence guest edited by Kali Nicole Gross, and featuring her essay…
Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society, in partnership with the African American Intellectual History Society, and guest edited by Kali Nicole Gross, published a special issue on black women’s and black girls’ experience of police and carceral violence.