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Changing Addiction Conversation:

The Depressing Reason Presidential Candidates Are Finally Talking About Drug Addiction

November 11, 2015   |   .Mic
Fixing Demotivation:

The ‘Ferguson Effect’ Is Real, but It’s Fixable

November 4, 2015   |   Pacific Standard
CorrectionsHuman RightsRacial Equality

Pointing Out Racial Bias in the Justice System Decreases Willingness to Fix It

October 21, 2015   |   Lauren Griffin
Willing Workers Get Employment:

The mayor of Albuquerque saw a homeless man with a ‘Will work’ sign. It gave him a great idea.

October 19, 2015   |   Upworthy
The Fight to End Mass Incarceration:

The US Is Going to Let Nearly 6,000 Drug Offenders Out of Federal Prison Early

October 16, 2015   |   Vice
Prenatal Protection Laws:

Jailed for Using Drugs While Pregnant

October 15, 2015   |   The Atlantic
Exercise Keeping Weight and Frustration At Bay:

Biking Behind Bars: Female Inmates Battle Weight Gain

October 12, 2015   |   NPR
CorrectionsCultureRacial EqualityScience
Hard-To-Shake Biases:

When Prejudice Makes Time Slow Down

October 7, 2015   |   Pacific Standard
CorrectionsFood & Health
Questioning Prison Labor:

From Our Prison to Your Dinner Table – Unless You Shop at Whole Foods

October 5, 2015   |   Pacific Standard
Combining Ideas for Solutions:

How to Bring Down Crime Rates

October 1, 2015   |   Pacific Standard
CorrectionsRacial Equality
Making Steps For Police Reform:

A Family Fights For The Inconceivable: Convicting A Police Officer For Murder

September 30, 2015   |   ThinkProgress
CorrectionsHuman Rights
Is Prison Work Slave Labor?

How Inmate Firefighting Compares to Other Prison Jobs

September 30, 2015   |   Pacific Standard