Federal prison guards are brutalizing inmates, and too many are turning a blind eye.
Not 50 new laws. Fifty new crimes. That’s criminal.
Black Women Labor Leaders Call for an End to Violence Against Black Youth and Those Who Stand Up for Them
“The crosshairs trained on our children are now turned on us when we stand up to call out injustice in our criminal justice system.”
History may smile on these guardians of the public trust, but during their lifetimes they remain outcasts.
The pontiff had compassionate words for the incarcerated. Will that message be heard by those paid to oversee their safety and security?
Bland’s death drives home the ever present dangers of being black in a culture of normalized anti-blackness.
A Politics and Prose DC book launch with a conversation between IPS’ and WPFW’s Netfa Freeman and the book’s editor and close friend of Mumia, Johanna Fernández who is a Baruch College Professor, former Fulbright Scholar, and a coordinator of the Campaign to Bring Mumia Home.
A screening followed by a bridge building discussion with filmmaker Ralph L. Crowder III and with a live Hip Hop performance by Son of Nun.
China has its vanishing girls. North Korea has its disappeared prisoners. And America has a generation of missing, jailed, and dead black men.
The protesters in Baltimore need to be heard. Are we listening?
Violence is structured into the everyday institutional practices of all oppressive societies, not simply an aspect of the resistance of the oppressed.
Let’s make sure our penalties amount to penalties for everyone.
When a community issues arrest warrants for more offenses than it has residents, something’s deeply wrong.
This report provides a new understanding of the growing ways in which those in poverty are disproportionately targeted, marginalized, and prosecuted.
A space for people engaged in ongoing racial justice transformation to connect with each other and build.