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Life Inside May 21
Felix Sitthivong, who is serving 65 years in a Washington prison, recently testified before the state’s House Public Safety Committee in support of a bill that could decrease his time. “They can stall our bills,” he writes of the “disappointing” outcome, “but they can never stall our dedication.”
News April 8
A COVID-strained social safety net. Entrenched distrust between cops and communities of color. "2020 was a tinderbox."
Feature December 14, 2020
Police are allowed to use “pain compliance.” But experts say dog bites are too unpredictable and severe.
Life Inside August 6, 2020
We grew up listening to Tupac, smoking blunts and emulating Black people. Behind bars, our past was a dangerous secret.
Life Inside July 23, 2020
Since the killing of George Floyd, protesters have started to change the way we think about law enforcement. Will it trickle into prisons?
News July 1, 2020
Police asked the show to edit out officers using violence or bad language. The company says it had other reasons for not airing the footage.
Coronavirus May 26, 2020
For many people leaving prison during the pandemic, closed DMVs mean closed doors.
Coronavirus May 15, 2020
While their mental health deteriorates, some are stuck in jail as hospitals are decreasing admissions to prevent the spread of infections.
News May 11, 2020
“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 July 18, 2018
Civil representation is too expensive for many, but Washington state has one solution