inhumane Rikers' conditions gain more attention; juvenile evacuations to adult prison during Ida raise concerns; DOJ opens an investigation into Georgi…
a few women in New York prisons and jails keep their babies with them for their first few months of their lives.
In 31 states and DC, Black students were referred to law enforcement at more than twice the rate of white students 2017-18, your Friday long read from …
Individual American states topple entire countries around the world in number of people incarcerated, according to a new analysis from The Prison Polic…
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Five decades after the uprising at Attica, people incarcerated across the U.S. still demand the prison reform they never received: Rikers in 'humanitar…
over half of U.S. states still criminalize HIV. More resources should be allotted to care, treatment, and prevention not prison time
a series of tapes piece together one man's innocence almost two decades after he was imprisoned as a 16-year-old, this weeks long listen from Reveal
Covid has claimed more than 2,700 lives behind bars and infected 1 out of every 3 people in prison, a new report from the Prison Policy Initiative rate…
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Hurricane Ida sent Louisianans fleeing except for prisoners at a Lafourche Parish Detention Center; Martinsville seven are pardoned 70 years after exec…
Incarcerate artists showcase artwork in "Chained Voices" exhibit in Colorado
School policing stops thousands of students’ from participating in school: a report from U.S. Department of Education’s 2017-18 Civil Rights Data Colle…
Medical experimentation of a drug designed for parasitic infections used by doctor in an AK jail; AG in OK calling for the return of executions after f…