One Urgent Day for National Service - Understanding what makes America - understanding compassion. Seeing through the stigmatism. Seeing that they are the same as you - having done what you do.
We cannot effectively address Atlanta’s skyrocketing crime rates simply by employing old tactics which have failed to work in the past. The mayor has proposed hiring 250 additional police officers, expanding the city’s video surveillance and license plate reader systems, and adding 10,000 more streetlights by Dec. 31, 2022.
My identical twin and I spent our first birthday apart in 19 years because she was in jail.
Georgia Department of Corrections officials on Wednesday denied entry to seven state representatives probing allegedly inhumane conditions at Georgia.
The growing band of American colonists realized they were among a diverse collection of peoples from different lands, different cultures and different interests, all with one common resolve to live independent and free of fear. So from their perspective of oppression, they focused not on musket and domain, but on commonality.
Incarceration can trigger and worsen symptoms of mental illness — and those effects can last long after someone leaves the prison gates.
a bill championed by Georgia Justice Project, provides a uniform pathway to early termination of probation for Georgians serving a felony probation sentence who have demonstrated they no longer require supervision.
Studies have found that anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder are common in those who have lived in prison for a long period of time and who are accustomed to prison life.
The solutions at our disposal in the fight against racism in the workplace leave us armed with a Swiss army knife while facing a nuclear opponent. We can all do more and do better.
Visiting my son in jail for the first time, I know that I cannot protect him. Although he is too young to drink, the criminal justice system regards him as an adult.