Carceral State, crimmigration, critical resistance, deportation policy, immigration law, neoliberalism, settler colonialism, War on Drugs
The following paper provides a historical analysis of the 1995 New Jersey Esmor immigration prison rebellion and its aftermath, including two civil class actions, Jama v. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and Jama v. Esmor Correctional Services Inc. The Esmor prison rebellion presents a rare example of migrant-led resistance efforts against the neoliberal Carceral State and settler colonial ideologies during the post-Civil Rights Era.
Martínez-Montes, Diana L. (2020) "Insurgent Visions Of FREEDOM: Migrant Resistance Against The Settler Colonial Nation And Neoliberal Carceral State During The 1995 Esmor Immigration Prison Rebellion," Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal: 1 (1). 10.24968/2693-244X.1.2 https://works.swarthmore.edu/suhj/vol1/iss1/3