A Conversation with Judith Levine
February 5, 2021 @ 11:10am EST via Zoom
Event sponsored by the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice at St. Francis College
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Join Judith Levine and Emily Horowitz for a conversation about Judith’s new book THE FEMINIST AND THE SEX OFFENDER (Verso, 2020). The Feminist and the Sex Offender, co-authored by Judith Levine & Erica Meiners, makes a powerful feminist case for accountability without punishment and sexual safety and...
The defendant raises two issues on appeal. The first is whether he was required, as a self-employed homeimprovement contractor, to identify the temporary work sites where he performed his work as his "work address" under the SORB registration statute, G. L. c. 6, § 178E. The second is whether the defendant's condition of probation -- that he was "not to 6 work, volunteer, [or] reside with children under [sixteen] years old" -- prohibited him from performing home-improvement services at a house w...
NARSOL’s Halloween project this year is an open letter in the form of a press release asking for the end to “red-dotting” the homes or listing the names and addresses of those listed on sexual offense registries. This is an insidious practice that has developed over the past ten or so years, a practice that is totally contradicted by research. The open letter is signed by NARSOL, by all of NARSOL affiliate organizations, and by a great many notable organizations and individuals.
National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL), September 9, 2020
To put these
proposed regulations in perspective, we would say that the new regulations
would give states a much easier path to become AWA compliant. With only a few
exceptions, most non-compliant states and territories are non-compliant not
because they have rejected the AWA’s standards, but because they have been
unable to meet those standards through legislation. The Federal Sex Offender
of These My Brothers,
Ministering to the “Unforgivable”
Parish of Brookline, Massachusetts, 8.30.20
Good morning. Thank you for inviting
me into your sacred space and
time together this morning.
want to talk today about something that is really hard: how do we—as
individuals, as communities, as a whole society—treat people who have committed
crimes that seem unforgiveable?
got thrown i...