Decades After the Destruction of Homeless Camps, What Have We Learned? Ginia Bellafante, New York Times

With Sweeps of Homeless Encampments, Liberal Cities Wage War on Poorest Residents Natasha Lennard, The Intercept

Encampment Sweeps Are Cruel Theater Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein, New York Magazine

‘Back to the Giuliani era’: Adams’ order to clear homeless camps ignites fury in New York Janaki Chadha and Amanda Eisenberg, Politico

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

New York Reaches Deal to Pull Back on Bail Reform Jimmy Vielkind, Wall Street Journal

Does Bail Reform Lead to More Crime? Ethan Corey, The Appeal

Releasing people pretrial doesn’t harm public safety (2020) Tiana Herring, Prison Policy Initiative

The Harmful Ripples of Pretrial Detention Diana D’Abruzzo, Arnold Ventures

Governor bail reform plan disastrous for Rikers Island Alana Sivin, The Forward

Thousands on Rikers still not getting scheduled medical care Matt Katz, Gothamist

COVID in custody: Prison concerns reflect pandemic’s changing impact Jim Walsh, Cherry Hill (New Jersey) Courier-Post

As States Shed Masking Requirements, Uncertainty Lingers for Those Behind Bars Victoria Law, The Nation

Judge approves class-action lawsuit over Oregon response to COVID-19 in prisons Oregon Live

After 18 years in prison, Kansas City man wins release by Missouri Supreme Court Dan Margolies, KCUR

Review: The Life and Death of Darryl Hunt, Imprisoned for Years for a Crime He Didn’t Commit Rob Warden, National Book Review

‘Hart Island’ Gives Voice to Stories That Might Otherwise Be Lost Rachel Sherman, New York Times

The Invisible Hand of Steve Twist Nicole Santa Cruz, ProPublica

Beyond the Era of Punitive Excess Jeremy Travis and Bruce Western, Brennan Center for Justice

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