Camille Landry

Everything’s wrong with it: the U.S. death penalty

By Camille Landry for Alliance for Global Justice – December 2021  Volumes have been written about it. Hundreds of thousands of people have protested it, written to their legislators and congress members, prayed about it, sung about it, and hoped that it would end. It has been condemned as inhumane, ineffective, racist, cruel, antiquated, vengeful…

Black, Brown, Busted & Broke

An analysis of the economic & social impact of incarceration on BIPOC communities in the U.S.A. By Camille Landry for Alliance for Global Justice – November 2021 Mass incarceration in the United States is a crime against humanity. It disproportionately ruins the lives of Black, Brown and Indigenous people. It wastes human potential. It destabilizes…

Black America and white supremacy: race as a factor in human rights abuses

By Camille Landry, Alliance for Global Justice – November 2021 Introduction The United States is a contradiction. From the stirring words of the Declaration of Independence and the Preamble to the Constitution to the Statue of Liberty beckoning the “huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” the U.S. trumpets to the world – and does not…