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Bill Keller is editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project. Keller worked for The New York Times from 1984 to 2014 as a correspondent, editor, and op-ed columnist. As a correspondent, he covered the collapse of the Soviet Union, winning a Pulitzer Prize, and the end of white rule in South Africa. From July 2003 until September 2011, he was the executive editor of The Times.
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Feature September 3
Andrew Goldstein's crime set in motion a dramatic shift in how we care for the violent mentally ill. Including for himself—when he's released this month.
News December 21, 2017
Prison as college campus. Prison as wellness center. Prison as monastery.
Commentary September 14, 2017
How her prison education saved us a million bucks
News and Awards August 16, 2017
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Analysis July 19, 2017
What Washington can learn from the states.
Q&A February 16, 2017
An advocate (and survivor) makes the case for another approach.
Analysis February 9, 2017
Or at least misleading, says this contrarian scholar. Here’s why it matters.
Q&A February 1, 2017
“A painting may inspire, but it’s people who make change.”
Q&A January 2, 2017
“There are thousands of innocent people in prison serving long sentences for crimes committed by others.”