“It’s Hard Out Here if You’re a Black Felon”: A Critical Examination of Black Male Reentry
Black men with criminal records experience intersectional oppression. Utilizing a critical ethnography lens and interviews with nine different Black men in the process of reentry, this study examines the distinct experience of being a Black man and reentering society after incarceration. The authors identify four key themes: stigma, masculinity, employment and family support.
Williams, J. M., Wilson, S. K., & Bergeson, C. (2019). “It’s Hard Out Here if You’re a Black Felon”: A Critical Examination of Black Male Reentry. The Prison Journal, 99(4), 437–458. https://doi.org/10.1177/0032885519852088
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