On Mother’s Day, let’s join these mamas and stewards of care who are resisting state violence and injustice globally.
Our children have been entrapped in a web of collaboration involving judges, prosecutors and police officers.
Like the racist crackdown on crack cocaine, a crackdown on fentanyl is filling prisons, not preventing deaths.
Truthout speaks with Victoria Law about her new primer for people who are starting to think about mass incarceration.
Faith communities must make a choice between reinforcing the carceral state or resisting it.
Incarceration, even in facilities closer to home, is traumatizing for every child who is forced to experience it.
The rules would increase surveillance of incarcerated people while also making written communications inaccessible.
To create a world without prisons and policing, we must first push past the ceiling oppression puts on our imagination.
To fight white supremacist violence, we must abolish the systems that perpetuate it, like the prison-industrial complex.
Prison separates parents from their newborns and makes breastfeeding impossible. This cruelty must end.