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Rise Up

'Vice' on HBO Tackles Criminal Justice Reform and Youth Incarceration

Here's how you can help at risk youth from becoming an incarceration statistic.
Impact Staff
4.6.18
VICE on HBO

Michael K. Williams Meets Kids Swept Up in America's Prison Pipeline

The actor investigates the juvenile justice system on the season premiere of 'VICE' on HBO.
VICE Staff
4.6.18
The Emmy's

Watch VICE's Emmy-Nominated Documentaries for Free Online Now

All four of our nominated shows from 'VICE' on HBO and VICELAND will be available for free until August 29.
VICE Staff
8.14.17
Frontier

VICE's Apprenticeship Program Is Changing the Justice System Narrative

VICE joined a New York state initiative to help people with criminal records get work, and urges other companies to join the pledge.
Aaron Barksdale
7.31.17
inequality

Need a Lawyer? Trump Wants to Make it Harder if You're Poor

The president's budget would eliminate loan forgiveness for people who become public defenders—which could make America's criminal justice crisis even worse.
Max Rivlin-Nadler
6.30.17
prison

America Needs to Do More to Support Mothers in Prison

Studies show helping moms stay in touch with their kids behind bars is good for inmates and their families. So why aren't we doing more?
Isobel Yeung
5.19.17
Food

Fast-Food Delivery Is the Strangest New Fad in Kuwait

People in the Arabian Peninsula are super-sizing their fast-food intake, and health concerns are following close behind.
Ibrahim Balkhy
4.21.17
Science

I Have a Computer Chip in My Brain That Reads My Thoughts

The electrode is part of a system that could help people with paralysis bypass their injuries and reanimate their limbs.
Ian Burkhart
3.24.17
texas

'She Was Asking the Lord to Let Her Die': Raising a Trans Child in Texas

Kimberly was a straight-ticket Republican and a conservative Christian—until she raised a transgender daughter.
Diana Tourjée
3.3.17
VICE on HBO

'VICE' on HBO Hosts Share Their Most Memorable Moments from the Upcoming Fifth Season

Thomas Morton played a local priest in a Nigerian rom-com, Isobel Yeung met Sudanese women who braved the threat of assault to feed their families, and more.
VICE Staff
2.24.17
VICE on HBO

When I Dined in Aleppo

A brief visit with Assad's regime just before rebels abandoned the city was alternately surreal and terrifying.
Isobel Yeung
2.24.17
crime

After 20 Years in Prison for Crack, Bobby Reed Caught a Break

A Drug War prisoner VICE met behind bars was one of the last people granted clemency by President Obama.
Allie Conti
1.19.17
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