Beyond One-Liners: A Guide to the Democratic Debate on Criminal Justice Reform The Marshall Project

Victims, Families and America’s Thirst for True-Crime Stories Britt Peterson, Washington Post

2 Brothers, Same Crime: Why One Got Out First Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs, New York Times

Who Will Hold the Police Accountable? Ted Alcorn, The Atlantic

The Vanishing of Federal Sentencing Decisions Brian Jacobs, Forbes

Two dozen Philly academics: Inky coverage undermines criminal justice reform Brian Hickey, Philly Voice

What Orange Is the New Black Saw Coming Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic

Why the ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Author Returned to Prison Alexis Soloski, New York Times

Orange Is the New Black Tackles Criminal-Justice Reform With the Launch of ‘Poussey Washington Fund’ Dara Sharif, The Root

This County Criminalized Students for Bad Grades – Until Now (California) Sarah Hinger and Sylvia Torres-Guillén, ACLU

How Football Star Brian Banks Overcame Being Falsely Accused of a Crime Samantha Faragalli Younghans, Distractify

Celebrities Come Together to Continue the Fight for Criminal Justice Reform Yahoo! News

Kim Kardashian West Visits DC Jail For Documentary On Criminal Justice Reform Martin Austermuhle, WAMU Washington D.C.

New Diversion Program for Youth Announced for Culver City (California) KFI 640 News

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