YOUR CONVENIENCE IS THEIR EXTINCTION “People are basically using the oceans as their trash cans,” Christian Waters told Refinery29. “I thought, maybe I can make a difference and try to create something that will help people change their lives and change how they act towards the creatures in the sea.”
What follows is the introduction to an educational resource developed by Project NIA on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Attica Prison revolt. Criminal Injustice is honored to republish this today, on the 44th anniversary of the Attica uprising. The legacy of the inmate resistance remains eternally relevant,…
Very rarely am I moved to comment on anything these days with the saturation of negative imagery, news, divisiveness, and demagoguery dominating every media outlet.
If the workers take a notion, They can stop all speeding trains; Every ship upon the ocean They can tie with mighty chains. Every wheel in the creation, Every mine and every mill, Fleets and armies of the nation, Will at their command stand still.
In the swirl of campaign driven talk of an “end to the era of mass incarceration”, it is crucial to consider again: What exactly does this mean? How could it possibly be achieved?
Ten Years Since Katrina: A Meditation on New Orleans We are black and alive, still, despite what the pictures say.
That reform trap door can open awfully fast under unsuspecting feet. Recently it opened up under Black youth leadership in the Windy City when the ACLU of Illinois announced the results of its secret negotiations with the City of Chicago regarding the Chicago Police Department’s “stop and frisk” practices.
SeaWorld sees profits plunge 84% as customers desert controversial park.