The concert features songs drawn from the stories of incarcerated people
The event is intended to move District Attorney Rachael Rollins, who could support Angela Jefferson's motion for a new trial.
“The state is considering spending $50 million to construct a new prison for these women, where they will continue to cost the state $13.5 million a year”
"We have our Black and Latino children much more likely to get deeper and deeper into the system than their white peers for similar behavior."
Mass respondents shed light on COVID atrocities in new national survey.
Unsanitary conditions put incarcerated at risk.
“The very least that Mass can do is make it easier for families to connect with loved ones who are locked up at this frantic moment.”
40 years ago this month, Fred Clay was arrested for a crime he didn’t commit. After 38 years behind bars, he’s telling his story and writing another chapter.
Who oversees parole in Mass? What motivates decisions? Does the outcome help the Commonwealth? Will the addition of another career prosecutor tilt the Mass parole board away from second chances?
Street sales of Oxy and the resulting spike in heroin sales led to a whole new wave of nonviolent offenders sent to prison for years with mandatory minimum sentences.