We're Launching an Apprentice Program for Formerly Incarcerated People
Starting early next year, we'll welcome formerly incarcerated people to work with us at our Brooklyn office in production, editorial, marketing, and other creative roles.
What It's Like to Eat Some of the Worst Prison Food in America
During my seven-month stay in a county jail, I experienced a culinary horror show at the hands of Aramark, a private contractor that has been slammed with accusations of serving rotten and maggot-infested food in prisons across the US.
In 2015, The US Finally Agreed It's Time to End Mass Incarceration
Spurred by President Obama, political and law enforcement leaders called for changes to the justice system this year — and, extraordinarily, both parties agreed.
How Private Prisons Are Profiting From Locking Up US Immigrants
The 2016 presidential election could determine the future of the private prison industry in the US, but its two largest corporations now take in a combined $3.2 billion in annual revenue.