By: Victoria Law, Truthout: Across the U.S., people in prison are hoping for compassion — and clemency — allowing them to rejoin their loved ones.
By: Victoria Law, The Nation California and New York legislators are trying to undo the damage caused since the 1994 Crime Bill. But elder parole isn’t working as hoped. Rita …
By: Jacob Kaye, Queens Daily Eagle
By: Raga Justin, Times Union Legislators heard testimony Wednesday on a pair of bills that advocates say would help elderly inmates withdecades-long sentences avoid dying in prison ALBANY — Robert …
By: David Slattery, NY Daily News ALBANY — Proponents of a pair of bills that would overhaul the state’s parole system renewed their push for change Wednesday as lawmakers held …
By : Eduardo Cuevas, lohud. People of color are more likely to face discipline while incarcerated in New York prisons compared to their white counterparts — and disparities appear to have worsened, a new state Inspector General’s report found.
November 16, 2022: Jacob Kaye, Queens Daily Eagle
November 11, 2022, Reuven Blau,The City
By: susie day, CounterPunch+ -- "At seven, Anthony was sent to the New York Children’s Village, a facility for “troubled children,” where he remained until he was nine. As he grew older, he spent more time in various forms of state custody. In fact, Anthony, now 61, estimates that, since his first encounter with “the system,” he has lived maybe eight years of his life outside an institution...."
September 27, 2022: Michelle Bocanegra, Gothamist