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You must read it closely, develop a thesis statement, provide a detailed discuss

You must read it closely, develop a thesis statement, provide a detailed discussion and analysis and a transformative approach to assist in unmaking the criminalized structures and systems in place. I have provided most of the articles and sources for each essay that you will need to use for your assignment. You MUST choose two additional sources from journals or books to add to the list of sources provided under the essay question you have chosen.
Essay question:
Summarize the case of Chantel Moore based on the article here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/chantel-moore-no-charges-officer-shooting-police-1.6056025 Links to an external site.
You must discuss in detail the role of white supremacy, settler colonialism, and the history of colonialism to contextualize this essay. Was police intervention the right approach in this situation? Do we need police to Intervene in situations where a mental health check is required?  What would a practice of radical care in this situation look like and how might it have saved Chantel’s life and provide her with the support she needed.  Based on your readings, create a Radical Care Approach for intervention in mental health checks and crises of individuals often viewed as posing a threat.
Articles
Palmater, Pam. 2020. “Canada should declassify, deconstruct and defund the RCMP.”Canadian Dimension. https://canadiandimension.com/articles/view/declassify-deconstruct-and-defund-the-rcmp Links to an external site.
Lindberg, Tracy. “Critical Indigenous Legal Theory Part 1: The Dialogue Within” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 27 No 2, (2017): 224-247
Simpson, Audra. “The State Is a Man: Theresa Spence, Loretta Saunders and the Gendered Costs of Settler Sovereignty.” Theory & Event, 19, no. 4: 1-16.
Smith, Andrea. 2015. “Not Seeing: State Surveillance, Settler Colonialism and Gender Violence” In Feminist Surveillance Studies. Edited by Dubrofsky Rachel and Shoshana Amielle Magnet. 21-30.  Duke University Press.
Kawehipuaakahaopulani Hobart, Hi‘ilei Julia and Tamara Kneese.  2020.  “Radical Care Survival Strategies for Uncertain Times”. Social Text 142, 38, (1):1-13
Kaba, Mariame, Ritchie, Andrea. “How do we get there? Toward a Police Free Future.  In their No More Police. A case for Abolition. 177-201. The New Press.

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