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Weihua Li is a data fellow at The Marshall Project. She uses data analysis and visualization to tell stories about the criminal justice system. She studied journalism and comparative politics at Boston University and recently graduated from Columbia University with a master's degree in data journalism.
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Feature August 20
The power of child-abuse pediatric specialists and parents’ unequal journey toward justice
Coronavirus July 16
But not because of COVID-19 releases.
News June 18
Lawmakers in 16 states have introduced bills to improve police oversight and accountability.
Analysis June 10
Even in the 15 largest departments where the majority of officers are people of color, only one union leader is black, our analysis shows.
News June 3
Stories from The Marshall Project’s archives that shine a light on police, violence and racial inequality in America
Coronavirus June 2
Racial disparities grew in five cities as arrests fell, according to our new data analysis.
Coronavirus May 1
With grand juries suspended, people who get arrested lose a route out.
Coronavirus April 24
A new Marshall Project effort has collected data on the prevalence of COVID-19 among prisoners and prison staff. Here's what we know after one month of reporting.
Coronavirus April 22
Reports of domestic abuse in three cities have dropped. But police and experts say that may be a problem.
Election 2020 April 8
The candidates who vied with Joe Biden to challenge President Trump in November—including Kamala Harris—staked out positions on bail reform, marijuana, immigration and more. Here’s where they stood.