In California’s most catastrophic wildfire season yet, an organization is challenging the state to hire firefighters who were previously incarcerated to help meet public safety needs.
In the wake of another police killing of an unarmed Black man struggling with a mental health disability, I asked what cops—and everyone—can do to help.
“I placed the phone call for my brother to get help, not for my brother to get lynched," says Joseph Prude.
The focus on reforms like improved training doesn’t solve racially biased policing. That’s because of the nature of policing itself.
There’s a mentality in prisons that places more value on power than protecting human life and we need to talk about that.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, a less invasive model of policing is being employed. Here’s why we should consider this approach even after the pandemic.
Families recount painful conversations with loved ones inside detention centers and join advocates demanding action that detainees be protected against spread of the coronavirus.
Students suing the Ivy League say rather than helping to dismantle the system of “human caging,” the school is profiting from it.
A California-based program provides newly released long-term prisoners with a chance at a new life.
In dramatic effect, a Minneapolis resident dumps a bag of money onto a podium during public comments at the final City Council meeting on the 2020 budget last month. The