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On 50th anniversary of Attica uprising, 4 essential reads on prisoners’...

Matt Williams, The Conversation On Sept. 9, 1971, nearly 1,300 incarcerated men at Attica Correctional Facility in New York...

Good for business and good for society: how organizations can hire...

Jan Lodge, University of Cambridge Walk down any high street in the UK and chances are you’ll find a Timpson key-cutting and shoe-repair outlet –...

Trump plan to revive the gallows, electric chair, gas chamber and...

Austin Sarat, Amherst College The way the federal government can kill death row prisoners will soon be expanded to ghoulish methods that include hanging, the...

Being convicted of a crime has thousands of consequences besides incarceration...

Cynthia A. Golembeski, Rutgers University Newark At least 77 million U.S. adults have criminal records, including nearly 7 million currently in prison or jail...

Mothers behind bars nurture relationships with visitors in this unusual prison...

Julie Stevens, Iowa State University Leaves are rustling. You can hear the sound of children kicking a ball, plinking the keys of a toy xylophone....

We spoke to hundreds of prison gang members – here’s what...

David Pyrooz, University of Colorado Boulder and Scott H. Decker, Arizona State University The United States incarcerates a larger proportion of its citizens than any...

US prisoners’ strike is reminder how commonplace inmate labor is –...

Ruben J. Garcia, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Prisoners in 17 U.S. states went on strike on Aug. 21 by refusing to eat or work...

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America’s public schools seldom bring rich and poor together – and...

Jack Schneider, University of Massachusetts Lowell Five decades after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., many carry on his legacy through the struggle for...