The DOJ released a scathing 56-page report on Wednesday that details the "deplorable conditions" in 16 Alabama prisons.
As someone who did not receive adequate medical treatment on the inside, I realize it could have been me.
Just because someone is in prison doesn’t mean they should be denied basic human rights.
'Prison Architect' models building well, but it fails to strike at a system that routinely abuses prisoners' rights.
We spoke to the inmate in solitary who inspired a national strike against 'modern-day slave conditions'
On Sept. 9, an estimated 24,000 prisoners in 24 states began to engage in various work stoppages and hunger strikes designed to coincide with the 45th anniversary of the 1971 Attica Prison Riot.
VICE News speaks to Bennu Hannibal, an inmate in solitary confinement who is one of the lead organizers of a national prison strike.
Inmates across America are staging strikes and protests over what many call a system of slave labor inside the prison-industrial complex.
Inmates in more than 20 states are refusing to go to jobs in which they're often forced to work for far less than minimum wage — or for no wages at all.