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The Ohio Penitentiary saw many prisoners escorted into the confines of its stone walls with chains around their ankles, keeping them segregated from the rest of the world. 901 more words
By Afi Scruggs
Although the furor is waning over the Flint Journal’s handling of Councilmember Wantwaz Davis’ criminal past – the newspaper did not report that he is an ex-felon until the day after the election… 606 more words
When traditional media falls short in its responsibility to inform the public, a ritual invariably follows: Acknowledgement, apology and promise to improve.
The same old routines resume, however, after the rite– until the next breakdown. 640 more words
Craig Williams sent me a link to an article that ran in the Trumansburg, NY weekly paper, and I wanted to pass it along. It is a very well thought out editorial on the potential closing of two Southern Tier psych centers (Willard is also mentioned). 173 more words
I came across an insightful read on the INMA website featuring a blog authored by Steve Gray, a former exec at the American Press Institute (API). 101 more words