Articles in Criminal Punishment
Incarceration is an evil, and it’s unconscionable to do it for the sake of employing people. We need public works projects that uplift people rather than those that increase human suffering.
Far too often, U.S. cops take the easy way out by using deadly force.
It might not be “real” in the conventional sense, but it’s still a deadly diagnosis in the hands of police.
Incarcerated activists are risking their lives to send a wake-up call to those outside.
Opening new “borough-based” jails isn’t the answer. We need to try something different.
Most people don’t see the link. Advocates—and incarcerated artists themselves—are fighting to change that.
Prison time—no matter how short—during a worldwide pandemic is an experimental death sentence.
Private prisons are a notorious feature of the American criminal punishment system, but when it comes to immigration detention, private prisons are both more ubiquitous and (possibly) easier to close.
In the days following Trump’s proposal of a pardon, the public reexamines the actions and inner world of Edward Snowden.
Moderates often suggest that “police reduce crime.” But the framing of this statement is much more flawed than it may appear.
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