Connecticut Could Be First State To Curb Blanket Discrimination Against People With Criminal Records
Connecticut could become first state in United States to prohibit blanket discrimination against people with criminal records.
Connie Grier joins Beyond Prisons to discuss a new policy in Pennsylvania prisons targeting materials brought in by educators, religious practitioners, and others.
More Reports Of ‘Gladiator Fights’ As California Prison Officials Tear Up Cells To Find Recording Device
Another fight between rival prisoner groups, which advocates say are arranged by officials, took place at the state prison in Corcoran, CA on February 20.
California prisoners released video recordings of two prisoner fights they say were set-up by officials at the Correctional Training Facility in Soledad, California.
Two prisoners at Corcoran describe their experiences under a months-long lockdown as they contemplate resuming their hunger strike after negotiations failed.
Prisoners at Corocoran who went on hunger strike during lockdown are contemplating their next move after negotiations with the warden apparently fell apart.
Beyond Prisons hosts Kim Wilson and Brian Sonenstein begin a conversation on transformative justice, exploring the concepts of “Pods” and “Pod-mapping.”
Senior officials in the Bureau of Prisons avoid consequences for misconduct by influencing investigations, encouraging a “culture of fear and retaliation.”
Candice Crowder sues California prison employees after she was violently raped, placed in solitary confinement, and attacked with a box cutter.
A settlement over the unconstitutional lack of health care in Illinois prisons will include the appointment of a federal court monitor.