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Monthly Archives: May 2012
The Atlantic advises us about a disturbingly striking project to document prison geography. See more for yourself here.
A number of groups are devoted to reforming youth sentencing. But in the realm of criminal justice activism, life sentences have not been a focus (indeed, many opponents of the death penalty have pushed life without parole as the best … Continue reading
The Yale Law Journal is having an awesome writing contest for people who are or recently have been in jail or prison. Submit a short essay about your experiences with the law, and you might be eligible for a cash … Continue reading
Photographer Richard Ross’ “Juvenile-In-Justice” project documents the treatment of youth in the American juvenile justice system, and “the facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them.” The project “includes photographs and interviews with over 1,000 juveniles and administrators … Continue reading