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As the coronavirus rages in prisons, ethical issues of crime and punishment become more compelling purpose

Aug. 17, 2020 1:44 pm

As the coronavirus rages in prisons, ethical issues of crime and punishment become more compelling

With 29 deaths for every 100,000 inmates, New Jersey has the highest COVID-19-related death rate in the nation.
Opinion: Governor Wolf — free the vulnerable people you promised to release purpose

Aug. 4, 2020 2:30 pm

Opinion: Governor Wolf — free the vulnerable people you promised to release

Those who are incarcerated are unable to social distance, are denied cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment — and in PA, 25% of all those incarcerated are over 50, says Lulu Obaditch in her op-ed.
Assets no more: Racial justice risks in municipal bonds purpose

Aug. 4, 2020 11:30 am

Assets no more: Racial justice risks in municipal bonds

As a bondholder, you have a fiduciary responsibility to be aware of the risks related to revenue-motivated policing. As a citizen, you have a right to demand justice and equity from your municipality.
Emergency shelter is not prison, but there are overlapping human rights concerns  method

Dec. 24, 2019 6:30 am

Emergency shelter is not prison, but there are overlapping human rights concerns 

In his most recent think piece, guest columnist Andrew Huff encourages emergency shelters to begin reformulating their disciplinary protocols to align with restorative justice practices.
It takes a city: Dispatch from a two-month-old social enterprise purpose

Dec. 2, 2019 3:21 pm

It takes a city: Dispatch from a two-month-old social enterprise

Tess Hart, the co-founder and CEO of Triple Bottom Brewing, writes about taking the time to reach beyond traditional recruiting practices to develop a work culture that is inclusive and welcoming.
Rethinking disciplinary power in shelter purpose

Oct. 2, 2019 12:25 pm

Rethinking disciplinary power in shelter

In emergency shelters, disciplinary power has traditionally been one-dimensional. But that has to change, says guest columnist Andrew Huff.
After three years of planning, Hidden Lives Illuminated is ready to premiere purpose

Aug. 1, 2019 4:00 pm

After three years of planning, Hidden Lives Illuminated is ready to premiere

The project's 20 short animated films — conceived, narrated, and animated by people incarcerated in PA correctional institutions — will be screened at Eastern State Penitentiary from Aug. 15 through Sept. 12.
Race and exclusion in Philadelphia: Snapshots from the last 100 years – Part II purpose

Apr. 10, 2019 11:00 am

Race and exclusion in Philadelphia: Snapshots from the last 100 years – Part II

Guest columnists Eric Hartman and Stephanie Keene trace the 100-year history of exclusion and racism in Philadelphia, which they say explains today's poverty and life expectancy gaps. Part II of a two-part story.
A big coalition of activists is pushing Philly’s DA candidates further left purpose

Mar. 31, 2017 12:52 pm

A big coalition of activists is pushing Philly’s DA candidates further left

Media Mobilizing Project, Project HOME, Color of Change, the ACLU and more have come together to organize for a "just district attorney."
How this federal ‘family only’ prison policy is playing out in Philly purpose

Dec. 13, 2016 8:08 am

How this federal ‘family only’ prison policy is playing out in Philly

Prison visits are proven to reduce recidivism rates, but a new federal policy is keeping inmates from their loved ones. Philly criminal defense attorney Dana Bazelon explains how for Vox.

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