Previously incarcerated people would get financial support from cannabis sales
INNER CITY WEIGHTLIFTING CREATES COMMUNITY FOR PEOPLE WHO SOCIETY HAS OTHERWISE DENIED THE OPPORTUNITY
“We can come here, chill. It’s like a family. And my friends are here with me.”
JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL EVENT ABOUT “TECHNICAL PAROLE VIOLATIONS” AND MASS INCARCERATION
How is this adding to mass incarceration and what does this mean during a pandemic?
ICE GIVES ITS CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES, ATTORNEYS SAY IT’S NOT ENOUGH
“We look forward to seeing as many immigrants as possible released from detention—not just those with no criminal charges or convictions, but all who pose no public-safety risk.”
THE QUIET ONE
40 years ago this month, Fred Clay was arrested for a crime he didn’t commit. After 38 years behind bars, he’s telling his story and writing another chapter.