From Disability to Eco-ability [Review] Anthony J. Nocella II, Amber E. George, and J. L. Schatz, editors. The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studies: Toward Eco-ability, Justice, and Liberation

A Review of Classic Writings in Anarchist Criminology Anthology

Review: Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic …

Review of Academic Repression: Reflections from the …

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Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic Industrial Complex edited by Anthony J. Nocella, Steven Best, Peter McLaren, AK Press, 2010. Pp. 590. $24.95 (Paperback). ISBN: 9781904589987
Reviewer: Raphael D. Jackson

Samuel Day Fassbinder
Book Review: Nocella II, Anthony J., Steven Best, and Peter McLaren, eds. Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic-Industrial Complex. Oakland CA: AK, 2010. Print.


Challenging Racism and Ableism in the Animal Liberation Movement and fighting for Total Liberation

“Movement of Oppressors” by Anthony J. Nocella II

Old School, New School, No School – Core

An Overview of the History and Theory of Transformative Justice

Standing up to Corporate Greed: The Earth Liberation Front as Domestic Terrorist Target Number One. Anthony J. Nocella II and Matthew J. Walton
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Emergence of Disability Pedagogy

Revolutionary Peacemaking: Using a Critical Pedagogy Approach for Peacemaking with “Terrorists”[1]

Fighting Against the Conservative Agenda in the Academy: An Examination of the 4Ss of Academic Repression and Repressive Pedagogy Post-9/11/01

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Defining Terrorism
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Listen To Us!: A Dialogue For Solidarity With Lawrence Sampson, American Indian Movement Spokesperson
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Introducing Critical Animal Studies
Steven Best, Anthony J. Nocella, II, Richard Kahn, Carol Gigliotti, and Lisa Kemmerer

Unmasking the Animal Liberation Front Using Critical Pedagogy: Seeing the ALF for Who They Really Are
Anthony J. Nocella II


Disconnecting the school to prison pipeline
On this episode of The Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee is speaking with Anthony J. Nocella II, Ph.D., sociologist and Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Criminal Justice at Salt Lake Community College and Director of Save the Kids – national nonprofit dedicated to ending incarnation of youth and the school to prison pipeline.
**Published: Friday, February 28, 2020   Runtime: 36:38

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Academic Repression in the United States?

Richard White Interviews Anthony J. Nocella II on Academic Repression

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The corporate university: An e-interview with Dave Hill, Alpesh Maisuria, Anthony Nocella, and Michael Parenti

Anthony Nocella II discusses his new book. Plus, a visit to Farm Sanctuary


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Trial set for Fort Lewis College professor

Resources available to address land-use

Poetry slam semifinals to be held Saturday

FLC Professor Celebrates Publishing 40 Books Before Turning 40

Fort Lewis College students march to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

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ACLU: Colorado’s branch of the watchdog organization is in Durango’s grill again

ACLU discovers Durango law in violation of Colorado Constitution

Durango celebrates its first Juneteenth

First ‘Juneteenth’ event to be held at recreation center

Jordan World Circus to draw animal-rights protest Saturday

La Plata Democrats present 30th annual Roosevelt Dinner

Prosecutor drops charges against Fort Lewis College professor who demonstrated

Activism blends with academics for Fort Lewis College professor

Day of classes, march are tomorrow in Durango

Inauguration Day will bring celebrations, activism to Durango

Dakota Access oil pipeline won’t get easement

Pipeline protesters take demonstration to CEO’s Pagosa Springs home

FLC students return from Standing Rock

Durangoans head to Standing Rock to protest pipeline

Caravan set to join Standing Rock protest

Santa Rita Park rally aims to educate about racial profiling

Black students unite at Fort Lewis College

Fort Lewis students march for decolonization

Counterrally planned to confront Confederate flag ride

Fort Lewis College students to hold vigil for Trayvon Martin

‘Slut’ walk on Fort Lewis College campus in Durango an effort to help end sexism, rape culture

Fort Lewis College students call for end to racism on campuses

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Standing together

Durango DGO

Another take on the hip hop scene

A mission at Standing Rock

Ideas for a better justice system

Tips on using social media as an activist

Tips when contacting your representatives

Effective protest in an era of political anger

Fort Lewis College Student Paper – The Independent

The Environmental Center’s Fourth Annual Sustainability Summit

Trigger Warnings and Safe Spaces: What are they for?

Formation of Black Student Union: New Club at FLC

Sociology Students Illuminate Youth Justice Month: School Pushout

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Hamline University Events – Saint Paul

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College affordability remains a priority during COVID-19 SLCC

SLCC chief diversity officer paving the way for change

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Higher education reacts to CRT debate

SLCC to recognize Juneteenth

Vigil at SLCC honors victims in Atlanta, spotlights AAPI voices

SLCC professor sparks change in the community

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