Originally published 09/11/2017
Heather Ann Thompson
We’re in danger of repeating the mistake we made after Attica when we let prison reforms fizzle.
Originally published 07/28/2017
David M. Perry
State-sanctioned efforts to keep the incarcerated from reproducing began in the early 20th century and continue today.
Originally published 04/21/2017
The most recent evidence indicates that the age of mass incarceration is abating; it has been, oddly enough, since just prior to the publication of “The New Jim Crow.”
Originally published 01/26/2017
Trevor Noah says the prison officials hid the truth for decades.
Originally published 10/13/2015
The statistics on the subject are staggering: the United States currently incarcerates 2.3 million people, a larger proportion of our population than any other nation on earth.
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