PM Stories

When Blackness Is a Preexisting Condition Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, New Republic

The Killing of Ahmaud Arbery Charles M. Blow, New York Times

The Separation Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Alysia Santo, The Marshall Project

The Supreme Court and the Flawed Search for Justice Hannah Cox, The Crime Report

New Campus Sexual-Harassment Rule Aims to Boost Rights for Accused Melissa Korn, Wall Street Journal

Moving Classes Online Is Hard – Especially in Prisons Mia Armstrong, Slate

A judge transformed her courtroom into a reality-TV show about domestic violence victims, ethics probe says Katie Shepherd, Washington Post

Following the North Star Shaheen Pasha, Longreads

Solidarity Through Poetry Mark Nowak, Boston Review

AM Stories

Covid-19 Continues Its Toll on Jails and Prisons Lauren-Brooke Eisen, Brennan Center for Justice

What about the prisoners who won’t get out? Lovisa Stannow, Houston Chronicle

A Dangerous Limbo: Probation and Parole in the Time of COVID-19 Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project

As virus spreads in jails and prisons, correctional officers fear for themselves and their loved ones Keith L. Alexander and Dan Morse, Washington Post

Texas Inmates Ask Supreme Court to Impose Coronavirus Protections Jess Bravin and Sadie Gurman, Wall Street Journal

Ohio Federal Prison, Struggling to Contain Coronavirus, Loses Challenge to Stall Releases Marcia Brown, The Appeal

Judge who ordered ICE to immediately release California immigrants overruled; detainees will stay put Andrea Castillo, Los Angeles Times

ICE’s Immigration Detainees Protested Lack of Coronavirus Precautions – and SWAT-Like Private-Prison Guards Pepper-Sprayed Them José Olivares, The Intercept

As COVID-19 spreads behind bars at Fort Dix, inmates turn to contraband cellphones, social media for help (New Jersey) Jeremy Roebuck, Philadelphia Inquirer

Doctor Sounds Alarm: Conditions Inside Federal Jail In Brooklyn Are Promoting Spread Of COVID-19 Beth Fertig, WNYC

Supervisors order speedy closure of unsafe Hall of Justice jail Michael Barba, San Francisco Examiner

I’m keeping San Francisco safer by emptying the jail. My father should be freed too Chesa Boudin, Los Angeles Times