By Shaun King You have no idea how hard it was to publish what I’m about to tell you. Nobody would … Continue reading How our current tax laws prohibit the nation’s best leaders from fully confronting mass incarceration
How responsible are prosecutors for holding back progressive criminal justice reform? BY JOHN PFAFF One of the more important shifts in … Continue reading The Perverse Power of the Prosecutor
At one of the country’s most dangerous prisons, correctional officers face off against murderers, rapists, gangsters and each other By … Continue reading High Desert Suicide: Was a Prison Guard Hazed to Death?
CDCr…California Department of Corrections and rehabilitation ( there is no real rehabilitation, hence the small “r”). Staffed by CCPOA union … Continue reading The appalling story of a California prison guard who committed suicide: ‘The job made me do it’
By Nathan Robinson PhD student, Harvard University For those continually exasperated by the spate of white … Continue reading The Faults of the American Criminal Justice System Run Deeper Than Race
By: ELIZABETH CLARKE The protests in Ferguson, Mo., have captured the attention of the nation, focusing on the injustice and … Continue reading Ferguson a Stark Reminder of Racial Disparity in Nation’s Justice System
Ford was shot by Pittsburgh police during a traffic stop in 2012. By Natelege Whaley Leon Ford Jr. is in … Continue reading Leon Ford Jr., Shot by Police and Paralyzed, Won’t Be Silenced