As he approaches the sixth month anniversary of his confirmation, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ progress report is mixed.July 21, 2021
Alternatives to incarceration often replicate the same problematic technologies that fostered mass incarceration.July 14, 2021 Criminal Justice Reform Corrections Reform
The Supreme Court took action on three cases directly affecting LGBTQ+ rights, and now the term is over. One of the rulings may well turn out to be a watershed moment in trans rights, while the other two suggest that the court has reached a stalemateJuly 12, 2021 LGBTQ+ Rights
If President Biden allows thousands of people to be sent back to federal prison, he would be presiding over the fastest expansion of the federal prison population in history.July 6, 2021 Corrections Reform
A new report from the ACLU and Physicians for Human Rights details ICE’s abuse and retaliation against people who initiate hunger strikes in immigration detention.June 29, 2021 Immigrants’ Rights
In 2015, local attorney Frances Crockett Carpenter started receiving letters from incarcerated people who were being denied critical treatment for Hepatitis C, also known as HCV. What she learned was troubling.