What White Men Say in Our Absence Elaine Hsieh Chou, New York Magazine

Asian American Women Fight Back Jiayang Fan, The New Yorker

New York Asian hate crime spike puts pressure on new mayor Erin Durkin, Politico

As Adams Toughens on Crime, Some Fear a Return to ‘90s Era Policing Katie Glueck and Ashley Southall, New York Times

A Police Shooting in West Texas and a Mother’s Search for Answers Edgar Sandoval, New York Times

Why police reform is dead but not entirely buried Joel Mathis, The Week

First look: Biden to ask Congress to fund the police Hans Nichols, Axios

Biden budget proposal calls for increase in law enforcement spending Janelle Griffith, NBC News

Kathy Hochul Is Ready to Spend Millions on New Police Surveillance Chris Gelardi, The Intercept

Gov. Hochul’s Bail Plan Will Upend Years of Reform While Failing to Address Safety Carl Hamad-Lipscombe, City Limits

The Virginia Parole Board is too important for political plays Brett Tolman, Washington Post

The full Nebraska parole board appears at less than half of hearings. When members miss votes, fewer get paroled. Yanqi Xu, Flatwater Free Press

Unfinished justice Boston Globe

A Sentence for Felony Murder – and the Consequences of Hope (2018) Adnan Khan, The Marshall Project

The country’s longest-running prison publication faces censorship Allison Salerno, Columbia Journalism Review

In their own words: Prisoners testify on solitary confinement bill Kelan Lyons, CT Mirror

Prison Pen Pals Chip Away at the Prison-Industrial Complex One Letter at a Time Meghan Krausch, Truthout

‘A Slow Motion Version of the Death Penalty’: Why Harvard Shouldn’t Invest In Prisons Hana M. Kiros, Harvard Crimson

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