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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...

Tracking anniversaries of Black deaths isn’t memorializing victims – it’s objectifying...

Lee M. Pierce, State University of New York, College at Geneseo National Good Samaritan Day fell on March 13...

US prisons hold more than 550,000 people with intellectual disabilities –...

Jennifer Sarrett, Emory University Prison life in the U.S. is tough. But when you have an intellectual, developmental or...

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...

Higher education in America’s prisons: 4 essential reads

Jamaal Abdul-Alim, The Conversation In 2020, I’m going to take you to prison. At least that’s my plan as education editor, since there’s a growing...

Through his art, a former prisoner diagnoses the systemic sickness of...

Nicole R. Fleetwood, Rutgers University In 2007, Haitian-American artist Moliere Dimanche was sentenced to 10 years in Florida state prisons, where he ended up serving...

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When a winner becomes a loser: Winston Churchill was kicked out...

Klaus W. Larres, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The end of World War II in Europe and the defeat of Hitler and Nazi...