A History of Human Caging with Kelly Lytle Hernández

Historian Kelly Lytle Hernández tells the story of human caging in Los Angeles, from the Spanish Conquest to the mid-twentieth century, in her new book. It’s a story of indigenous exploitation and elimination, immigrant detention and deportation, and the suppression of cross-border revolutionary movements. Thanks to our sponsors at Verso Books. Check out George Monbiot

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Topics: Criminal Justice Immigration Indigenous Struggles US History Prison Reform
Guests: Kelly Lytle Hernández