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December 16, 2020
Dean Spade on the Promise of Mutual Aid
The radical law professor explains how we can meet each other’s needs with dignity, care, and justice.
August 12, 2020
Ending Mass Incarceration Is Only the Beginning
Victoria Law and Maya Schenwar, authors of
Prison By Any Other Name
, argue that prison reform just widens the net of the criminal justice system.
Racism and Discrimination
July 6, 2020
Why JPMorgan Chase Should Give $1 Billion to Black Neighborhoods in Chicago
Activist Ja’Mal Green wants the nation’s biggest bank to pay reparations for its history of racist lending.
Jails and Prisons
May 14, 2020
There Is Only One Way to Prevent Mass Deaths in Prisons: Let Them Out
A lawsuit about conditions at Danbury prison shows why it is impossible to keep the incarcerated safe.
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Campaigns and Elections
February 17, 2020
Audia Jones Wants to Redefine Criminal Justice in Texas
Disappointed in her old boss, a former district attorney is running to be the Harris County district attorney on one of the most progressive platforms of 2020.