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Coronavirus May 28
Some prison systems aren’t collecting race data. Others won’t disclose it. Experts say these are big mistakes.
Commentary May 21
How the white vigilante killing of the unarmed, black jogger in Brunswick, Georgia, is both an echo of past violence and a modern call to action.
News May 11
“A judge who deals with prosecutors every day is not going to say, ‘You intentionally discriminated on the basis of race, and you lied about it with pretextual reasons.’”
News January 16
A lawsuit filed by St. Louis's first black female prosecutor highlights the virulent opposition progressive black women in the role say they have encountered.
News December 3, 2019
A new study finds black people are staying longer in state prisons, even as they face fewer arrests and prison admissions overall.
Feature December 6, 2018
Books about criminal justice, curated by The Marshall Project staff.
Commentary November 13, 2018
An appreciation of the Harvard sociologist who meticulously documented racial discrimination in the criminal justice system.
Life Inside September 13, 2018
“As a young, educated white girl, I confused everyone I encountered in law enforcement.”
Analysis September 12, 2018
As the NYPD slows arrests for fare evasion, neighborhoods of color remain a target.
Series August 28, 2018
A collection of stories about criminal justice in Chicago