Report on Uvalde Shooting Finds ‘Systemic Failures’ in Police Response J. David Goodman and Edgar Sandoval, New York Times

Uvalde report: 376 officers but ‘egregiously poor’ decisions Jake Bleiberg and Paul J. Weber, AP

Uvalde police bodycam video highlights chaos and delays Chantal Da Silva, NBC News

After Uvalde, an emerging narrative of police incompetence Zeeshan Aleem, MSNBC

What’s Really Going on in Those Police Fentanyl Exposure Videos? Zachary Siegel, New York Times Magazine

LAPD killed a man it says aimed gun at officer. Body camera video tells different story Libor Jany, Los Angeles Times

Proving That the State Killed Your Son Jennifer Gonnerman, The New Yorker

Deaths Continue to Mount in Alabama Prison Crisis Equal Justice Initiative

Report: Deadly heat remains concern at Texas prisons Juan A. Lozano, KWTX

‘Slowly Cooked Alive’: Many Texas Prisons Still Don’t Have Air Conditioning Tyler Hicks, Dallas Observer

My Prison Gets So Hot, the Floors Sweat Demetrius Buckley, The Marshall Project

NYC’s 11th Rikers Death This Year Sparks Outcry Over Oversight, Accountability Marie-Rose Sheinerman, Bloomberg

At the Last Minute, City Officials Put Brakes on Alternative to Solitary Confinement at Rikers Reuven Blau, The City

 Opinion: Rejecting the Notion of a ‘Feminist’ Jail for Harlem Samah Mcgona Sisay, City Limits

Education often plays a big role in clemency decisions. Should it? Charlotte West, Open Campus

Can prison gardens help address the problem with mass incarceration? Lauren Liebhaber, Rome News-Tribune

The criminal justice system is a revolving door. Restorative justice might be a better way. Mary Mitchell, Chicago Sun-Times

The abolitionist podcast that reveals how little you know about prison Alysia Nicole Harris, Scalawag Magazine

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