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U.S. Prisons: Sense and Sentencing

Is any “rehabilitation” (a loaded term) going on in the prison system at all?

Five Feminists Doing Amazing Things

In a dream world little girls would look up to these women instead of the Kardashians, but that won't happen until we spread the word.

Transformations in Writing from the Self

What it meant for me to write a play from the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality

Intersectionality: Going Forward

On naming whiteness, maleness, heterosexuality, wealth, and so on just as we name people as women, people of color, LGBTQ, etc.

Intersectionality Is a Practice, Not an Identity

How do you actively work against racism, white supremacy, sexism, patriarchy, misogyny, and class oppression?

Albert Woodfox: Justice Delayed, Justice Denied

Nothing "remotely comparable in the annals of American jurisprudence.”

The Anatomy of a Celebrity Apology

It's the summer of the slur, starring Alec Baldwin, Paula Deen and... Joyce Carol Oates?

Death of a Mississippi Politician

Questions surround the death of one of the state's "first viable openly ‪LGBT candidates."

The Brennan Center for Justice Hails the Democracy Restoration Act of...

A convicted felon's debt to society is paid. Should his or her voting rights remain revoked?
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