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Free Prison Labor (Slavery?) An NPR Story

 Atlanta aims to turn brick factory with an ugly past into something honorable.

Death Penalty (Ethical?) by The State

The death chamber doctor’s dilemma: A physician in South Carolina breaks his silence

Reporter Chiara Eisner is still covering executions and execution workers. Reach her at 803-814-4464 or eisnerchiara@gmail.com. Your name will not be published without your consent. This story was originally published April 26, 2022 6:00 AM.

Prosecutorial Reform by Taylor Pendergrass

Legislative Strategies for Prosecutorial Reform: Phase 1, Exploring Possibilities Prepared for the Open Philanthropy Project By Taylor Pendergrass* May 2016

Second Chance by Arnold Ventures

We strive to advance community safety and the values of fairness, effectiveness, and racial justice.

Immigration Operations and Detention

The Marshall Project 1st Report: Arrests of U.S. citizens hundreds of miles from the border. Drug busts from across the state. Changing statistics. The data Texas Gov. Greg Abbott uses to boast about Operation Lone Star raises more questions than answers.

Texas Says Its Multi-Billion Dollar Border Operation Is Working. The Evidence Tells a Different Story.

Gender, Racial and Ethnic Justice by Ford Foundation

Our work on criminal justice focuses on ending a racially discriminatory era of mass incarceration that has become a defining feature of American life for too many communities.

We support a myriad of criminal justice reforms, particularly at the state and local level, that reduce prison populations and redirect savings from prison budgets to investments that will reduce crime and improve the well-being of communities across the United States.

Think Global Health: Climate Change and Incarceration

Our work on criminal justice focuses on ending a racially discriminatory era of mass incarceration that has become a defining feature of American life for too many communities.

People in prison are vulnerable to extreme temperatures, diseases, and displacement, by Cynthia GolembeskiAndrea ArmstrongAns IrfanMichael MéndezNicholas Shapiro April 29, 2022

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