Category: Law, Crime, & Justice
Torture and abuse of U.S. prisoners at home and abroad are not the acts of a few bad apples, but examples of systemic, state-sanctioned violence
Giving prisoners access to financial aid for college tuition is the first step towards “de-carceration”
The Obama administration has notoriously prosecuted more individuals under the Espionage Act of 1917 for improperly handling classified information than all previous administrations combined
Edward Snowden talks about mass surveillance, the NSA and Thomas Drake, the agency whistleblower who preceded him.
The St. Louis-area campaign highlights the networks of powerful individuals who have a vested interest in maintaining the status quo
Funding Our Children, Not Our Wars
While this farce and judicial scandal continue the reputation of Sweden is diminished and the shadow of America’s menace touches us all
How did we end up with millions behind bars and police armed like soldiers?
But it’s not enough to micromanage parents’ behaviors; we need system-wide change that supports parents to do the hard work of raising children.
Police operate in the neighborhoods like an occupation army