Image caption: CADBI organizer Mrs. Dee Dee. Photo by Maddie Rose.
By Maddie Rose
For those serving life in prison in Pennsylvania, there is no parole. 1,458 more words
Image caption: “state violence as waged against varying U.S. demographics” featuring three pie charts. First chart reads “U.S. population: Black 13%, Hispanic 17%, White 63%.” Second chart reads “Population killed by police: Black 31%, Hispanic 12%, White 52%.” Third chart reads “People killed by police while not attacking: Black 39%, Hispanic 12%, White 46%.” 229 more words
Tobias Carroll | Longreads | May 2018 | 18 minutes (4,881 words)
Lost Empress addresses the injustice of mass incarceration, plays with the possibility of parallel universes, and uses arena football as a metaphor for how the revolution is unforeseeable. 5,243 more words
Louisiana is the world’s highest incarcerator by both rate and population, and it appears the state’s prisons are going to the most extreme measures to ensure that it forever remains at the top. 378 more words
The new plantations where the unspeakable occurs daily. What one has to ask is the purpose of prison to torture and make sure prisoners never reintegrate into society? Or is it for men in uniform to become master torturers?