blacks and mass incarceration

Formerly incarcerated author and activist Jamila T. Davis separates fact from fiction.

The One Story highlights the unfortunate intersection of America's broken immigration system and the country's notorious criminal justice system.

Mass incarceration is big business, especially when it comes to rounding up and detaining undocumented Black immigrants.

The president’s announcement that he would nominate William Barr to be the next attorney general was a nod to both the past and future of criminal justice reform.

Meek's release is a blow to mass incarceration.

An activist group that claims to represent the Black Lives Matter movement in Savannah, Georgia is pushing for the Chatham County sheriff's resignation over black inmates' deaths.

An Ohio judge is considering whether to release Ohio teen Bresha Meadows, 15, who was accused of killing her allegedly abusive father.

A Wisconsin jury recommended criminal charges for Milwaukee County jail employees Monday in the death of inmate Terrill Thomas, who recently died after being denied water for seven days.

Milwaukee County Jail inmate Terrill Thomas was cut off from water for seven days while in a solitary confinement cell before dying of dehydration, said prosecutors Monday.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled for the first time Monday that indications of racial bias among jurors during a trial may result in a verdict being thrown out and a new trial.

The U.S. Supreme court ordered a new hearing from Black Texas prison inmate Duane Buck, siding with his claims about human rights violations after jurors were told that "he was more likely to be dangerous in the future because he is black."