News Beat podcast's This Week in Social Justice livestream highlights the heavy burden of student debt on minorities & COVID-19's hidden tolls on children.
News Beat podcast's inaugural 'This Week in Social Justice' livestream spotlights drug decriminalization and other criminal justice reforms, and features Fair and Just Prosecution's Miriam Krinsky, and Drug Policy Alliance's Grey Gardner.
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.
Mohawk activist John Kane of Native talk show & podcast 'Let's Talk Native...' explains Christopher Columbus' legacy of slavery & genocide against Indigenous people.
The NYPD's brutal crackdown on protesters in the South Bronx on June 4 led to mass arrests, dozens injured, and human rights violations, reports Human Rights Watch.
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.
Felony disenfranchisement is a hallmark of Jim Crow. A recent court ruling will make it nearly impossible for thousands in Florida to vote this November.
The far majority of recent racial justice demonstrations were non-violent, says researchers.
COVID-19 is ripping through jails and prisons, with catastrophic consequences for the many mentally ill incarcerated within the world's largest prison state.
The Postal Service has long been a source of stable employment for Black Americans, as we document in this special bonus podcast.
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