PM Stories

What Ruth Bader Ginsburg Would Want America to Do Now Dahlia Lithwick, Slate

Most Americans Want Pandemic-Era Justice Reforms Made Permanent: Poll Nancy Bilyeau, The Crime Report

Voters are willing to think big on criminal justice Robert Rooks and Joycelyn Elders, The Hill

The Sheriff’s Race Pitting Trump Against Black Lives Matter Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

Racist Jim Crow era lives on in Florida decision to disenfranchise felons over fines Paul E. Pelletier, USA Today

Predictive policing algorithms are racist. They need to be dismantled. Will Douglas Heaven, MIT Technology Review

Pa. Supreme Court halts Philly criminal trials streamed on YouTube over possible harassment Vinny Vella, Philadelphia Inquirer

In Lancaster, criminal justice reform advocates say $1M bail was meant to ‘punish or deter’ protests Lauren Manelius, Pennsylvania Capital-Star

Nearly 1,000 inmates, more than 200 staff in Wisconsin prisons have tested positive for coronavirus Rory Linnane, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

After coronavirus cases soared, prison chief says state response was ‘effective’ Ana Ceballos, Miami Herald

‘Man Down!’: Inside the Deadly COVID-19 Outbreak at San Quentin Keegan Hamilton, Vice

Confinement and Contagion Justine van der Leun, New York Review of Books

Byron Miller’s Race Against Time Nicole Lewis, The Marshall Project

AM Stories

“She Stood for America. She Stood for Our Values.” Joshua Keating, Slate

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Great Equalizer Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

Justice Ginsburg’s Judicial Legacy of Striking Dissents Adam Liptak, New York Times

Dwindling ranks and declining public trust plague police agencies amid summer of protests Mark Berman and Jessica Wolfrom, Washington Post

Cops Are Using Over $1 Billion in Post-9/11 Military Gear Spencer Ackerman, Daily Beast

Defund the Louisville Police by $12 Million Aviva Shen, Slate

New racial justice target: Defund the police foundations Zachary Warmbrodt, Politico

Police have shot people experiencing a mental health crisis. Who should you call instead? Grace Hauck, USA Today

“They didn’t see me as innocent” Kiana Moore, Vox

Whose Lives Matter? Race, Space, and the Devaluation of Homicide Victims in Minority Communities Kailey White, Forrest Stuart, and Shannon L. Morrissey, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

After she was shot by police, her Nana’s admonition stays strong: Don’t let hate turn you away from God Donna Britt, Washington Post

Chris Rock Tried to Warn Us Dave Itzkoff, New York Times

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