"Baltimore's healing and hope lie beyond the smoke and in the kinds of social investments necessary to support the essential fabric of community — and which are profoundly lacking in Baltimore neighborhoods."
Read more from JPI's Keith Wallington & Out for Justice's Diamonte Brown
Criminal Justice News—JPI's Marc Schindler and the Prison Policy Initiative's Peter Wagner weigh in on Freddie Gray,… Continue
Criminal Justice News—His death is a small part of the decades-old human tragedy crying out for help.
Criminal Justice News—"We’ve criminalized addiction in this country to a point where an employer may hesitate to… Continue
Criminal Justice News—The neighborhood where Freddie Gray came of age has survived harrowing rates of unemployment, poor… Continue
Criminal Justice News—"Where there is anger, there is the passion to make the future different, better, more equitable,… Continue
Criminal Justice News—"This is a story of a series of systemic, institutional errors that created these conditions... If… Continue
Criminal Justice News—Baltimore needs jobs. And not just any jobs; jobs the more than 20,000 unemployed residents of this… Continue
Criminal Justice News—The unrest in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray has left portions of the city in ruins and… Continue