Each year, the number of women incarcerated in America continues to increase at an alarming rate. These women need to learn how to spread their wings once they’ve been released. Women on the Rise, an Atlanta organization, is providing support to previously incarcerated women and catalyzing policy change through activism.
Proponents of bail reform saw District Attorney Wesley Bell’s election as a watershed moment, but the problems plaguing the St. Louis justice system are not over.
UT was desegregated in the 1950s and did not begin to actively hire faculty of color until the 1980s.
How will Argentina’s G20 presidency impact its global influence and national politics?
If we’re going to grant citizenship to illegal immigrants, we must be more choosy and the process should run through the established democratic channels.
If Sessions decides to double down on his aggressive ignorance, the country will suffer as a result.
Chicago is the subject of two distinct visions of crime and crime-fighting. Analyzing how the Obama and Trump administrations address the city, as well as the broader issues of criminal justice, reveals how they both craft narratives about crime and policing.
Decriminalization and health-centered policies represent a novel approach to substance abuse in the United States
Given the virulent discourse concerning minority and ethnic groups this year, disagreements over the role that affirmative action plays in the U.S. will persist.
If the American left wants a plan that provides opportunity, expands freedoms and rights, energizes voters, and appeals to workers, then the Movement for Black Lives and their platform is a fantastic place to start.