FAQ on Prison Slave Labor in FL
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Just because a County Commissioner won't call it slavery, doesn't mean it isn't... Frequently Asked Questions on Prison Slave Labor in Florida
Speak Up Minnesota
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The spark is catching. Read this powerful organizing appeal from a person living behind the walls in Minnesota and learn what Just future is doing to help. At Just Future Project we believe that the people closest to the problem are closest to the solution, but furthest from power and opportunity. We are trying to […]
Are We All Sex Offenders?
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How Do They Replace Electrolytes…?
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from the parent of a prisoner in Eastern WA Whether you are a participant or spectator of amateur and/or professional sports, you have likely seen a championship winning team pour Gatorade on a coach’s head. Or, during the game, match, or race – you may have seen an athlete drinking her or his Gatorade, Powerade, […]
Lets Stamp Out Perversion | Cato Unbound
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The civil commitment of sexually violent predators (SVPs) is designed to protect society’s vulnerable from a group of perverts and monsters. What could be wrong with this? Only everything. The current SVP civil commitment regime is itself a perversion – of facts, of medical ethics, and of justice. Cato Unbound usually curates excellent debates, representing a range of […]
The Rise of the Preventative State | Cato Unbound
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Galen Baughman’s essay is a cogent rebuke to the badly misguided bevy of laws claiming the mantle of sexual violence prevention. And David Prescott adds the evidence-based critique of an expert in the field of sex offender treatment. This response supplements those two arguments, focusing on the constitutional issues and broader public policy implications of this […]
Questionable Commitments | Cato Unbound
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There is a young man in Virginia sitting behind tall fences and razor wire, guarded by men with guns, and never allowed to leave. According to the state, he isn’t in prison, and he is not being punished for a crime. Instead, he’s being held because the government says he might commit a crime in the future. Against […]
Women in Need of Freedom: The Women of the MOVE 9
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The seven remaining members of the MOVE 9 -- Debbie Sims Africa, Janet Hollaway Africa, Janine Phillips Africa, Delbert Orr Africa, Michael Davis Africa, Charles Sims Africa, and Edward Goodman Africa -- have been incarcerated since 1980.
Challenging Incarceration Stories: Farah Ly
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Every mother...has the right to fair and equal health care. - Farah Ly
Challenging Incarceration Stories: Eddie Rosario
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I want to fight the mindset that creates mass incarceration. - Eddie Rosario