He promises the enrichment and safeguarding of white people at the expense of the principle of equal protection.
Mass incarceration is a moral and policy failure.
Her stance on capital punishment is incomprehensible—and that doesn't bode well for the rest of her carceral policies.
"... 1,058 people have been killed by police this year to date alone, and most of the time, no legal charges follow."
Why Democrats can't get complacent about police brutality.
Amidst protests, the Democratic frontrunner announced three new platform initiatives Friday
The high court on Monday will confront a sordid history of juror suppression
Only this time there's no NBC, just a star and his crowd-funded crew of online vigilantes
Public policy can't be the only—or even primary—weapon against structural racism
The failure of criminal justice reform in Missouri
Why would a University of Cincinnati officer pull over a non-student motorist for a minor infraction?
A single tweak to job applications would change the lives of millions of ex-cons
The Times columnist says moral debate is dying. He must not be paying attention to #BlackLivesMatter.
What the Baltimore prosecutor's charges in the Freddie Gray case mean to native residents
Baltimore's gangs came together to protect their community. But is that all they want?
The charges in the Freddie Gray case show that scaring cops is the best way to fight police abuse
Counting down to curfew with Freddie Gray's neighbors in Baltimore