Prison gerrymandering inflates the political representation of districts that host prisons — without any say from the people inside them.
As Arizona’s push to revive Nazi-era gas executions shows, the death penalty is barbaric.
The next administration needs to address this crisis and the war on drugs driving it.
This July 4, let’s lay claim to the freedom and equality we’ve celebrated for centuries, but seldom practiced.
Prison infection rates are out of control. We must release more vulnerable and low-risk people now if we’re serious about public safety.
An interactive Black History Month people’s practicum deconstructing interconnections between law and political motivation; history and perception that will address reality and myths associated with representing and defending black people in the criminal justice system.
Juneteenth marks the end of slavery in America. But with over 2 million of us behind bars, has it really ended — or just transformed?
The president’s offer to pardon people unjustly behind bars is a welcome one. But he could do so, so much more.
The deaths of Alton Sterling and others show that black Americans rarely get justice.
A felony conviction may not always mean a lifetime jail sentence, but for most it means economic hardship and financial instability for life.
The National Forum on the Human Right to Housing to address, increasing laws and enforcement practices that punish people for activities such as sleeping or sitting down to survive.
Port Covington has an opportunity to help hundreds of ex-offenders find sustainable employment and combat the city’s recidivism rates.
If Hillary win this November, Bill Clinton would have the unique opportunity to right the wrongs of his administration.
When the police pulled their guns on my middle-aged mom, a white motorist pulled up to tell them what a good job they were doing.
Shocking videos will come and go, but systemic police violence will continue regardless of whether we’re watching — and it demands a systemic solution.