David Beck-Brown - Writer - Resumé

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Police Hot Stop
 
Amerikan Gestapo
 
 
Archive to 2009:
 
United We Stand
 
Feathers: (An Epic Prison Poem)
 
The Political Catwalk
 
Jack's Back Out
 
The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens and Police
 
3-Strikes is a Trick
 
Pea Bargaining
 
The Fritter Machine
 
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty
 
A Solid Egg
 
Escape Goats
 
House of Cards
 
Thought Police
 
If Youíre Not Familiar with It, Donít Try to Fix It
 
The War on Drugs, a Colombian's View
 
Wild Prison Life
 
The High Price of Prison Riots
 
Corrections, reform yourself
 
Prison Reform is Not Happening
 
Jessica's Law: One-strike Laws are Bad
 
The High Cost of Prison Overcrowding
 
More Trouble for Our Prison System
 
Rebuilding the California Department of Corrections
 
New Prisons Chief Faces Tough Task
 
Can Our Prisons
Afford It?
 
Tough on Crime?
Our Wallets Take the Beating
 
An Open Letter to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
 
An Argument for Funding California's Arts in Corrections Program
 
Faceless
 
Writing Résumé
 
Prison-Reform Résumé
 

David Beck-Brown

     
2001-Present - A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment and Healing),
Regular columnist and illustrated political cartoons.
     
2006 - San Diego Union-Tribune (prison three-strikes legislation)
     
2004 - Los Angeles Times (commentary on prison legislation reform)
     
  - Mercury News (prison education)
     
  - San Diego Union-Tribune (commentary on prison programs)
     
  - Vision Magazine (art)
     
  - Media Awareness Project (prison reform)
     
  - Join Together (prison reform)
     
2000 - Danish Drug Users Union (prison reform)
     
  - Drug Sense Weekly (prison reform)
     
  - Voters Corrections Reform (prison reform)
     
  - Media Awareness Project (prison reform)
     
  - San Diego Union-Tribune (prison reform)
     
1999 - San Diego Union-Tribune [6 commentaries,
public art (1985, 87, 88, 93, 94, 99,)]
     
1995 - Los Angeles Times (commentary on arts)
     
1987 - ArtScene Magazine (art criticism)
     
1985 - 87 - Hidden Leaves Magazine (arts writer)
     
1985 - 86 - The Daily Californian (bi-line, photo-journalist, Art Matters, 60 articles)
     

Additional writing projects include a book in progress on prison reform entitled Faceless.