by Carimah Townes Oct 5, 2015
“I never knew she was scared because she was laughing.”
by Alice Ollstein Oct 1, 2015
"It felt like somebody cut my face up and poured hot sauce in," said one of the student plaintiffs sprayed with the chemical by police.
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 4, 2015
"Shackling children is not OK. It is traumatizing, and in this case it is also illegal."
by Sam P.K. Collins May 19, 2015
"Trauma needs to be addressed so these kids have a fighting chance."
by Carimah Townes May 12, 2015
He's not the only one.
by Carimah Townes Feb 20, 2015
Another school-to-prison pipeline report highlights gross racial disparities in Rhode Island's education system.
by Carimah Townes Feb 18, 2015
One police chief agrees with skeptics, who feel that positioning police in schools does more harm than good.
by Carimah Townes Jun 13, 2014
If you're LGBT, a person of color, or disabled, you are more likely to get a harsh punishment in school -- and wind up with a criminal record.
by Zack Ford May 7, 2014
A new report outlines a plan to end the disparate treatment that LGBT people and people with HIV experience in education, immigration, and the criminal justice system.
by Nicole Flatow Mar 21, 2014
Sixth Grader Adrionna Harris convinced a classmate to stop cutting himself with a razor, took the razor from him, and threw it away. She proudly shared the story with school administrators, but they had a different take.