Community History and Mapping

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Chicago’s Million Dollar Blocks, mapping Illinois spending on incarceration per Chicago neighborhood:

Columbia University Center for Spatial Research, projects on architecture and justice:

Densho, Japanese American incarceration and Japanese internment during World War II:

Justice Mapping Center:

The Knotted Line, an interactive resource examining the relationship between freedom and confinement in American history from 1495 to 2025:

Million Dollar Hoods, UCLA Research Project on social and financial costs of Los Angeles incarceration:

Prison Map, photographing the geography of incarceration in the United States:

Prison Public Memory Project, community-based histories of the complex roles prisons play in society:

States of Incarceration: A National Dialogue of Local Histories of Incarceration:

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Updates from the University of Washington Bothell's Project on Mass Incarceration in Washington State