On July 8, inmates in California prisons will resume their hunger strike against inhumane use of solitary confinement. Here’s how you can stand with them.
How an 11-year-old boy exploded the racist notion that "Americans" are white.
What Sesame Street leaves out from its affirmation of kids with incarcerated parents and why this shouldn’t be a problem in the first place.
Have you or a loved one experienced solitary confinement in CA youth prisons? Share your story to help keep it from happening to others.
Cut more or spend more? A recent decision to close schools in Pennsylvania shows just how irrelevant that question is.
Why Louisiana Senator Vitter’s proposal to deny food stamps to formerly incarcerated people is bad policy for all of us.
In spite of the Freedom Riders' courage, systemic racism is still with us today. So if we can’t eradicate racism and injustice in our lifetime, what is our work all about?
Join us on June 6 for a film that exposes how private prison companies work to keep our immigration system broken.
On May 14, 2013 Los Angeles Unified School District banned suspension for “willful defiance," a major victory for unfairly impacted youth of color.
MOMS (Mothers of Many Sons) is a support group for parents of incarcerated youth, inspired by the author's experience in our Books Not Bars campaign.