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Life Inside October 23
Between a strained relationship with my family and the death of a good friend, I’ve struggled to feel like I’m worth something.
Coronavirus October 22
The Marshall Project is collecting data on COVID-19 infections in state and federal prisons. See how the virus has affected correctional facilities where you live.
Life Inside October 1
I first joined the San Quentin fire department to get my own room, eat well and train dogs. It ended up being the most important experience of my life.
Life Inside September 24
After two decades in a single-person cell, I moved to an open dorm with 30 other men. Between the smells, stress and lack of privacy, I was happy to spend time in solitary confinement.
Life Inside September 17
After serving more than 21 years for a crime he committed at age 15, Angel Alejandro was reintroducing himself to his family. Then the virus took three relatives.
Life Inside August 13
Despite coronavirus-related lockdown and a skittish staff, prisoners at California Women’s Facility pulled off a full-fledged memorial service for a beloved long-termer.
News Inside August 13
The fifth edition of The Marshall Project's print publication explores a world transformed by COVID-19 and the George Floyd protests.
News August 11
In Texas, prisoners are opening their cells to chat—and to riot.
Life Inside August 6
We grew up listening to Tupac, smoking blunts and emulating Black people. Behind bars, our past was a dangerous secret.
Life Inside July 23
Since the killing of George Floyd, protesters have started to change the way we think about law enforcement. Will it trickle into prisons?