Why I'm Voluntarily Going into Solitary Confinement
Starting today, I plan to voluntarily spend 30 days in solitary confinement in the La Paz County Jail in Parker, Arizona. It won't be my first time in the hole, though.
The Peculiar Case of a Modern-Day Hermit
Does solitude destroy the human psyche, or does it allow us to see the world clearly?
Why Solitary Confinement in America Needs to Finally End
Now that solitary is on the national radar, systemic problems with "the hole" are being laid bare for all to see.
Lauren Lee White
Extreme Porn, Xtreme Wrestling and Solitary Confinement: The Life and Times of Rob Black
I spoke to Black – a man who was criticised for his depictions of simulated rape, before ultimately being jailed for them – about what he's up to these days.
Daniel Dylan Wray
American Liberals Won’t Let the Death Penalty Die
It might take a Conservative to end capital punishment.
How California's Prisons Are Making It Harder for Inmates to Organize and Protest
A whole bunch of prison newsletters are about to be declared "obscene" and banned.
The Alleged Teenaged Terrorist Who's Been in Solitary Confinement for Two Years
Aakash Dalal's parents say their son is being mistreated by the courts.
Prisoner Sent to Solitary for Having "Copious Amounts of Anarchist Publications"
An Illinois inmate's beliefs are "a serious threat" according to prison documents.
Omar Khadr: War Criminal, Child Soldier... or Neither?
After 11 years of imprisonment, the accused terrorist is finally getting his day in court.
Starve Yourself Free
Hunger striking sucks, but It's the only protest method prisoners have left.
Down in the Hole
The cops definitely use the box as a tool, and it’s been seriously overused.
The Swedes Have the Pirate Bay's Co-Founder in Solitary Confinement
We tried to reach Gottfrid Svartholm with cellphone Morse code but failed, so we spoke to his mum instead.