While down slightly from 2016, millions won't be able to vote this November due to Jim Crow-era laws that persist despite attempts at reforms.
There have been hundreds of infections in juvenile detention centers within the first six months of the pandemic, despite measures to reduce youth prison populations.
COVID-19 is ripping through jails and prisons, with catastrophic consequences for the many mentally ill incarcerated within the world's largest prison state.
A veteran of the 1967 Newark Rebellion discusses George Floyd's death, the culture of police brutality, and whether the recent mass movement can produce change.
In 2018, Floridians approved the restoration of voting rights to people with felony convictions. A law decried as a "poll tax" was ruled unconstitutional.
A career public defender is now on the other side of the law. We speak to Boudin about embracing reforms as district attorney of a prominent U.S. city, and combating COVID-19.
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