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Blair Hickman is the former audience editor. Previously, she was a community editor at ProPublica, where she used engagement tactics to aid reporting on investigations into patient harm and unpaid internships. Prior to that, she worked on digital strategy at the Solutions Journalism Network. Hickman has a BA in nonfiction writing from Brown University and a master’s degree in digital journalism from NYU.
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Justice Talk May 30, 2016
We’re talking all about mental illness and justice during our next Justice Talk with Digg, on Wednesday, June 1. For context, browse our guide to key reading on the issue.
Justice Talk April 25, 2016
Today from 11 AM to 5 PM EST, we'll be talking juvenile justice with Digg. Brush up by reading some of the best reporting we could find on the topic, and then bring your questions for the experts.
Justice Talk March 31, 2016
From comparisons to “Orange Is the New Black” to accounts from people who spent time in solitary, this is what you missed in our chat with Digg.
Justice Talk March 24, 2016
Brush up for our March 30th chat on solitary confinement by reading some of the most crucial journalism on the issue.
Looking Back February 26, 2016
To commemorate the anniversary of his death, we rounded up some of the best reporting and commentaries on that night in Florida, George Zimmerman’s trial and what came next.
Justice Talk February 22, 2016
Key background reading before our discussion on predictive policing on Wednesday, February 24th.
Justice Talk February 21, 2016
Our first discussion will be Wednesday, Feb. 24, on how the police predict crime.
News December 17, 2015
A Marshall Project reading list.
Commentary December 16, 2015
Thursday at 12:30 PM, The Marshall Project and ProPublica are hosting a Digg Dialog on how police should handle rape allegations.
Commentary June 28, 2015
Bill Keller, Dana Goldstein, Alysia Santo and Eli Hager will answer your questions on what life is like on Rikers, and recent reform efforts.
News April 24, 2015
Ask the experts in a Facebook chat Friday at noon ET.
Commentary April 3, 2015
What to call incarcerated people: Your feedback
News February 2, 2015
A new set of characters enters the courtroom lexicon.