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Under the banner of Detroit Will Breathe, the city’s Black Lives Matter activists have formed a cohesive and lasting local political force.
The COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide protests over police brutality are strengthening the case against mass incarceration, advocates argue.
Faced with inaction on the part of state and corrections officials, incarcerated people in jails, prisons, and detention centers are protesting their treatment during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Brooklyn Community Bail Fund said it doesn’t want to ‘prop up an unjust system.’
With Chicago activist Celia Colón
Adam H. Johnson
With activist and scholar Danny Murillo.
Off-duty law enforcement officers are using state resources to work side jobs for the pipeline company.
New records obtained by the Appeal show the account seems to have been monitoring Black Lives Matter activists for years.
Faya Rose Touré, a 73-year-old former judge, says she’s determined to fight the charges against her.
With journalists Raven Rakia and Ashoka Jegroo.
People incarcerated at Angola want opportunities for education instead of hard labor in the fields.
Activists in New York City are engaging in profound acts of resistance against over-policing in the subways. Politicians are listening, but are they really hearing them?