Anthony James Williams
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Williams' research focuses on how race, gender, sexuality affect experiences of incarceration and shape social movements. Overarching themes in Williams' writings include public space, resistance, and marginalization more broadly. Williams' previous service work includes co-director of UCLA's Justice Work Group, co-coordinator of the UCLA Race and Ethnicity Working Group, volunteering inside juvenile facilities with Inside OUTWriters, and volunteering inside San Quentin.
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Discusses the Afrikan Black Coalition and their efforts to divest from private prisons.
Argues, based on the Peoples' Health Charter, that the National Health Insurance alone is not enough to fix health disparities in South Africa if the commodifications of healthcare and the alienation of rural and unpaid healthcare workers is not first addressed.