by Carimah Townes Jun 19, 2016
"There is still a culture of brutality against juveniles, and they are very upset about it."
by Carimah Townes & Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 16, 2016
“I feel like most Americans, if they knew what the conditions were, would be absolutely appalled.”
by Carimah Townes Jun 15, 2016
"Prisoners make traffic signs. They make license plates. They make sheet metal. They work in shoe shops. Prisoners do all kinds of things and they’re not being paid for it."
by Carimah Townes Jun 1, 2016
He should've been let out after one week.
What happens when a juvenile's mugshot is made public?
by Cory Herro May 26, 2016
Forty-one other states already keep teenagers in the juvenile justice system until they turn 18.
by Bryce Covert May 23, 2016
55 people who couldn't afford bail died while waiting for their trials in the Harris County Jail.
by Alan Pyke May 23, 2016
Eddie Robinson went into jail as a truck driver who couldn't pay a fine. He came out blind in one eye and homeless. That's capitalism for you.
by Carimah Townes May 20, 2016
"The progress we’ve made has been meaningful, but it hasn’t been fast enough."
by Alan Pyke May 19, 2016
What does a Koch-funded senators obstinacy mean for the nascent bipartisan coalition that argues Cotton's tough-on-crime ideas are dead wrong -- and which also gets money from the Kochs?