The official Growing Up Policed Vimeo Channel is now live! This channel includes video of presentations, panels, and discussions from the Growing Up Policed: Surveilling Racialized Sexualities Mini-Conference that took place at both the University of Oregon and the CUNY Graduate Center on 12/01/2011.
Incited by the case of the felony conviction of a young woman of color for sexting with her girlfriend in Oregon and participatory research on criminalization among 1,100 young people in New York City, the mini-conference focused on the nexus of youth, technology, law enforcement, and constructions of racialized sexuality. Using a broad definition of “policing” that extends across jails, schools, subways, and cyberspace, the conference examined the tools that parents, professionals, and others use to watch over, intervene with, and attempt to “correct” youth [more info: opencuny.org/growinguppoliced].
Conference Opening by Michelle Fine:
Presentations, Panels, and Discussions:
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN > The Apple of Its Eye: Security and Surveillance Pervades Post-9/11 NYC LA TIMES > A Key Sept. 11 Legacy: More Domestic Surveillance WIRED > How 9/11 Completely Changed Surveillance in U.S. MARKETPLACE > 9/11’s Effect on Tech AP > Documents Show NY Police Watched Devout Muslims