Prison officials claim they need race-based methods to fight gang violence.
An excerpt from the Egyptian novelist’s prison journal, translated by Robyn Creswell.
In Guatanamo: If the Light Goes Out, a photographer explores life in, around, and after detainment.
American courts recognize rights to refuse life-saving treatment. So why won’t the State of Connecticut let William Coleman die?
Notes on prison tourism.
The book New Jack: Guarding Sing Sing, has been banned at that prison since its publication, and so has its author—until now.
“It will never stop, and it will always be necessary. What I did to you was necessary, and what you do to me is necessary.”
Just in time for the holidays, a new CD compiles a who’s who of banned musicians from around the world.
A few of the prison reforms / you wrestled into implementation // in Madrid, will take root /
in the rest of the world