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New York's bail reform law goes into effect in January. This special podcast explains what this law does and how it will impact New Yorkers.
In this special podcast we examine bail reform in New York and discuss revelations from the "Afghanistan Papers"--a secret history of the war.
Chesa Boudin, progressive candidate for San Francisco DA featured on our Restorative Justice episode, wins.
News Beat podcast examines critical issues related to America's broken criminal justice system.
News Beat podcast clinched top prizes at the Long Island chapter of Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) awards recognizing journalistic excellence.
News Beat podcast joins forces with Pulitzer Prize-winning criminal justice news outlet The Marshall Project to highlight California's mass incarceration reforms.
Now that the much-anticipated midterm elections are over, will Congress re-examine a stalled prison-reform compromise bill?
Yes, we know, the Democrats took back the House. But the 2018 election was historic in many other ways. Social justice was also on the ballot.
Florida is one of four states that permanently bars ex-felons from voting, and its disenfranchisement law is one of the nation’s most stringent.
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