Necropolitics and the violence of Indigenous incarceration

Since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, over thirty years ago, there have been over 400 Indigenous deaths in custody. Kirstie Broadfield discusses the violence of Indigenous incarceration using the theory of necropolitics. Image courtesy of Kirstie Broadfield.

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