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July 1
When coronavirus hit federal prisons, the top officials had no health care experience.
Feature March 24
After the success of her novel Water for Elephants, Sara Gruen spent years trying to prove a man's innocence. Now she’s “absolutely broke” and “seriously ill,” and her next book is “years past deadline.”
A Marshall Project survey of the incarcerated showed widespread interest in the coronavirus vaccine as well as pervasive distrust of the prison medical system.
News October 21, 2020
A federal judge ruled prisoners can get the $1,200 checks many Americans received in the spring. Some prison systems are putting up roadblocks, lawyers and prisoners say.
Life Inside August 13, 2020
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 July 29, 2020
Many prisons, especially in the South, are named after racist officials and former plantations.
Feature June 23, 2020
A group of 2020 hopefuls say their first-hand experience with the justice system makes them best suited to fix it.
Coronavirus March 17, 2020
“We now have no idea what’s going on inside.”
Commentary December 17, 2019
We need a broad national effort to recruit and place volunteers to educate and counsel incarcerated people.
Life Inside January 10, 2019
“Step by step, I shuffle forward amid the mass of bodies, waiting to get inside.”