Practicing journalism in prison is necessary, but incarcerated reporters face enormous risks and aggressive retaliation.
Rebuilding a life after years in a cage is a daunting task and some of those challenges are quantified and documented. But there are many more complicated, nuanced challenges that are less popularly known and harder to turn into data.
Massachusetts is refusing to share information about plans for a new women’s prison with concerned citizens through a controversial exemption to the state’s public records law.
Inside Georgia’s prisons, Georgia Prisoners Speak fights barriers to the outside and engages in abolitionist political education.
Jovan Strong speaks to Steven Anthony Jones about adjusting to life after Death Row.
Prison health care is designed to avoid or withhold care for as long as possible, often to the point of causing serious harm.
In a word, the ongoing union organizing drive that has swept the coffee giant Starbucks can be described as ‘unprecedented.’
Georgia Prisoners May Lose Critical Lifelines As Prison Officials Overhaul Communications And Target Contraband Phones
As Georgia prison officials move towards fully digitizing communications with Securus and curtailing access to contraband cellphones, incarcerated people and their loved ones are speaking out.
James Jones and Caren Holmes surveyed incarcerated people in the US and UK to collectivize our knowledge of mutual aid practices in prisons.