| The American Gulag
by Jerome G. Miller
Why does the "home of the free" lock up 2 million men, women, boys, and girls most of them poor people of color?
Cry Out: Women Behind Bars
by Christine Schoefer
The fastest-growing group behind bars is women, most of them moms in prison for nonviolent crimes.
by Carol Estes
Who wins and loses in America's war on drugs?
Seeds of Change
by Cathrine Sneed
Some San Francisco Jail inmates are working the earth, caring for seedlings, reconnecting to life.
Prisons that Work
Can prisons foster rehabilitation and healing?
by Sister Helen Prejean
What began as a correspondence with a death row inmate became a lifelong struggle to end the death penalty, by the author of Dead Man Walking.
On the Day the Children Marched
by Reginald Sinclair Lewis
A death row poet learns that children have marched on the prison where he is to be executed.
The Hard Road to Forgiveness
by Mary Sue Penn
A man's grandmother is brutally stabbed. His healing and inspiring journey from fury to forgiveness.
The Prison Industry Goes Global
by Stephen Nathan
Having gained a foothold in the privatization-crazy US, the corporate prison industry goes global.
by The Honorable Robert Yazzie
Navajo Nation peacemakers are taking the place of judges, prosecutors, and prisons