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The Frame October 7
“Oh, Mother of Mine,” a short documentary and photography project by Anna Rawls, explores the generational impact of incarcerating mothers.
Rahsaan Thomas, an imprisoned journalist, has long fought to change the way outside media describe people in prison. One of his toughest crowds? His fellow reporters.
While we have to be aware that any word we choose has influence, no amount of Googling will reveal the magic word that brings justice into American prisons.
Rethinking the words journalists use to talk about people who are currently or previously incarcerated.
I didn’t always detest this term. But hearing officers use it as an insult reminded me to call incarcerated people — including myself — by our names.
Life Inside November 8, 2018
Charlotte was there for the worst moments of my life. And she was there as I picked up the pieces.
Life Inside June 14, 2018
“I won’t be swept under the rug anymore. This is me.”
Life Inside April 26, 2018
“With my new lease on life, I still remember the one I took.”
Commentary March 14, 2018
Counting failure is no way to encourage success.
Commentary January 24, 2018
Having a man counts as a plan in some reentry programs.