Andrew Cuomo is being touted as a 2020 presidential contender. But his juvenile justice reform law does more to shore up the carceral state than attack it.
William Martin teaches at SUNY-Binghamton and is coauthor of After Prisons? Freedom, Decarceration, and Justice Disinvestment and a founding member of Justice and Unity for the Southern Tier. He covers local justice matters at justtalk.blog.
Incarceration is on the rise in small, poor towns across the country — often with deadly consequences.
At Princeton, college graduates step into six-figure salaries. At Sing Sing, they step back into their cells.
The Black Lives Matter movement has provoked blowback from conservatives and milquetoast reforms from liberals.