Mike King

Mike King is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Bridgewater State University.  His work has recently been featured in Race & Class and the edited volume Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence.  His book (tentatively titled) When Riot Cops are Not Enough: The Repression of Occupy Oakland will be published by Rutgers University Press in 2016.  He can be reached at mikeking0101 (at) gmail.com.

The “Free State of Jones” in Trump’s America: Freedom Beyond White Imagination

White Terror Matters

The Politics of Dead Cops and the Coming Repression

Justice for Mike Brown in the Long Shadow of Dred Scott

The White Victim Charade on Parade

Misdiagnosing the Culture of Violence

The Cancer of Police Violence

Seeking Justice at the Militarized Oakland City Council

Justice For Alan Blueford

Entrapment, Snatch Squads and Probation Holds

Occupy Oakland, Permitted Protest, and Police Repression

Counter-Insurgency as Insurgency

Occupy Oakland and State Repression

Occupy and Class Struggle on the Waterfront

The Vacancies of Capitalism

Death and Police Opportunism at Occupy Oakland

Occupy Oakland at a Crossroads

The Razing of Occupy Oakland at Sunrise

Occupy Humanity, Abolish Whiteness

Affirmative Action Meets 21st Century White Supremacy at Berkeley

A Life Worth Less Than Train Fare