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Anna Flagg is The Marshall Project's senior data reporter, covering criminal justice topics including immigration, crime, race, policing and incarceration. Her work has been recognized by the Global Editors Network’s Data Journalism Awards, the Society of News Design, and the Information is Beautiful Awards, and she was a finalist for a 2019 Deadline Club Award.
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News November 3, 2020
Our latest survey of the incarcerated reveals sharp political differences between the incarcerated and the general public, as well as a few areas of consensus.
Analysis October 30, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection carried out almost half a million child detentions during the Trump administration, data shows. More kids were held for 72 hours or more.
News October 27, 2020
Americans are grappling with intensifying calls to remake the criminal justice system. We asked people behind bars to weigh in.
Analysis August 21, 2020
New data shows deaths from all causes—COVID and otherwise—have gone up 9 percent among White Americans, but more than 30 percent in communities of color.
Coronavirus June 3, 2020
As officials cut jail populations, researchers and advocates explore what more can be done.
Coronavirus March 31, 2020
With about 200,000 people flowing into and out of jails every week, there are great risks not only for the detained, but also for jail workers and surrounding communities.
Election 2020 March 12, 2020
Many incarcerated white people said they'd re-elect the president—if given the chance.
Election 2020 March 12, 2020
Respondents who’ve spent decades behind bars were more politically engaged than their peers, but they’re also the most cynical.
Election 2020 March 11, 2020
More than 8,000 incarcerated people responded.
Election 2020 March 11, 2020
More than 8,000 people responded to a first-of-its-kind political survey. Here is what they said.