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art and soul
MoMA PS1 Reopens to the Public With ‘Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration’
Featuring art made by people in prisons as well as work by non-incarcerated artists.
What Really Happened to Layleen Polanco?
Polanco died in solitary confinement at Rikers last year. Now her family has reached a $5.9 million settlement with the city.
Pregnant Woman Held in Coronavirus-Ridden Jail Over Traffic Violations
Diamond Davis was pulled over for driving with temporary plates, then had to spend the night in jail during a coronavirus outbreak.
A Woman Says She Was Forced to Give Birth in a Dirty Jail Cell, Completely Alone
In a new lawsuit, Diana Sanchez says authorities “callously made her labor alone for hours.”
Cyntoia Brown Has Finally Been Released From Prison
After serving 15 years of a life sentence for killing a man who paid her for sex when she was 16.
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Elizabeth Warren Wants to Ban ‘Corrupt and Inhumane’ Private Prisons
Private prisons are notoriously abusive. Elizabeth Warren says she’s got a plan for that.
Kids Suffer When Their Parents Are Locked Up
Losing a parent to jail throws the world into chaos.