NYC Mayor Eric Adams says he opposes "solitary confinement" but supports "punitive segregation." What's the difference? There isn't one.
The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the world, but the cost of mass incarceration isn't cheap. Are taxpayers getting value for their money?
Rikers Island is making headlines as a national disgrace, but it's also the inevitable consequence of the U.S.'s high incarceration rate.
As justice reform continues making headlines, solitary confinement in Michigan is finally getting the high-profile treatment it deserves.
The First Step Act has a measure for rehabilitating prisoners that could start now, but the BOP has slow-walked its implementation anyway.
The school to prison pipeline perpetuates mass incarceration and generational trauma, and it disproportionately affects students of color.
Intergenerational incarceration is a term used to describe when family members from more than one generation enter the justice system. For example, a father and son who both spend time in prison experience intergenerational incarceration.