An examination of why police brutality is not a deviation but merely police's normalized function in the U.S., France, Germany, Brazil, and Palestine.
Health as not merely what keeps a body from dying but as the most incarnate level of bodily politics.
The material politics of chairs, urban furniture, shipping containers, bananas, street stereos, walls, and life jackets.
Structural racism necessitates architecture to enforced itself onto bodies. Examples from Palestine, Turtle Island, France, South Africa, and Europe.
There is no "better prison," only architectural crimes that detain bodies. Political prisons in Ireland, migrant detention centers in the United Kingdom, Indigenous boarding schools in Canada, the carceral history of Guantanamo Bay, labor camps in California, and prison abolitionism...
Political layering of bodies — sometimes turned into law — through various wearable objects we call clothes: shoes, pants, shirts, accessories, and different head garments.
Urban segregation through the city's suburbs in the United States, Brazil, South Africa, France, and Palestine.
Each city that owns a police department is a militarized city. Looking at Beirut, Lahore, Cairo, Oakland, Jerusalem, Boston, and more...