criminal justice reform
What Inmates Are Saying About Trump's Plan to Shorten Prison Sentences
“They give us hope and they take it away.”
You Aren't Listening to Malcolm Jenkins
The two-time Super Bowl winner is making the most of his platform because as American citizens, we're all accountable for what's going on in our country. It's time to hear him out and take action.
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Trump to meet with prison reform expert Kim Kardashian at the White House
Kardashian is making the case for a great-grandma doing a life sentence for a first-time drug offense.
Meek Mill and Philadelphia Show Us the Path Forward to Criminal Justice Reform
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins writes that the recent election of a progressive district attorney in Philadelphia has demonstrated how we can take action against systemic inequities.
Meek Mill is Free and Likely Going to Sixers-Heat Game 5
A Pennsylvania State supreme court ordered the rapper released after 5 months after violating parole on decade-old drug and gun conviction.
'Vice' on HBO Tackles Criminal Justice Reform and Youth Incarceration
Here's how you can help at risk youth from becoming an incarceration statistic.
Ex-Juvenile Detainees Get Job Training and a Second Chance at This Dallas Restaurant
Dropping recidivism rates, one new job at a time.
A Safe Housing Space for Formerly Incarcerated Women Faces Opposition from Lawmakers and Neighbors
Topeka Sam's Hope House is an invaluable resource for lowering incarceration rates but needs help to keep the doors open in the face of hostility.
America's Broken Cash Bail System is Criminal Justice Gone Terribly Wrong
Across the country, legislators acknowledge that the bail bonds unfairly targets poor people and people of color. Now some states are taking steps to change.
These Are the 5 States Most Likely to Legalize Weed in 2018
Jeff Sessions hates weed, but he can't stop these states from making it legal.
Adopting Denmark's Unorthodox Prison System Could Benefit Ex-Offenders in America
Some Scandinavian detainees live and work like regular citizens despite criminal convictions. Would so-called 'open prisons' work in the US?
This GOP senator thinks Jeff Sessions is totally wrong about crime
Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah is fighting against an attorney general from his own party.