“As more Americans call for the destruction or reformation of the criminal legal system, we should voice full-throated objections to policies and practices that increase the likelihood of entry into the carceral system through health care institutions.”
News Posted in Criminalization & Incarceration
In an attempt to save face, Minneapolis police re-traumatized Black people
“In the age of the internet, it isn’t uncommon to accidentally run into images of Black death, but this shocked me in a way I didn’t expect.”
Police surveillance concerns US Muslims amid BLM protest crackdown
With coronavirus hitting the US hard, there are growing fears community groups will have to resort to funding provided by surveillance programmes.
Federal inmates will spend the next 14 days in their cells
The solution to coronavirus cannot be simply falling back on a practice that is already known to cause significant damage to incarcerated people’s mental and physical health.
When People Who Harm Don’t Consent to Transformative Justice
“Transformative justice is not a cage for us to die in.”
Reproductive Justice Disrupted: Mass Incarceration as a Driver of Reproductive Oppression
We describe how mass incarceration directly undermines the core values of reproductive justice and how this affects incarcerated and nonincarcerated women.
One Of The Country’s Major Suppliers Of Police Body Cameras Has Banned Facial Recognition. But That Isn’t Enough
Axon may have tried to paint itself as doing some good by creating this ethics board, but the best thing the company could do is not exist.
With Amazon’s New Drone Patent, The Company’s Relationship With Surveillance Is About To Get Even More Complicated
“What we have here is a perfect marriage between law enforcement and one of the world’s biggest companies creating conditions for a society that few people want to be a part of,”
Six LGBTQ+ Activists on What We Should Abolish and Legalize by 2069
50 Radical Ideas: Let’s rethink the institutions and laws that shape our world.
Mary, Mary, Suddenly Not-So-Contrary: Here’s How New Cannabis Laws Can Affect Suppliers of Color
Even as laws change in regards to marijuana, black folks still find themselves being left behind.