Intersections + Injustice

    What Drugs, Sex Work and One Key Case Mean for the Baltimore DA Race

    In 2018, attorney Ivan Bates ran against incumbent Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and ...

    The Right Uses Wisconsin Parade Tragedy to Attack Bail Reform

    After an SUV ploughed through a holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on November 21, ...

    Why the ACLU Is Taking On Wyoming’s Pretrial “24/7 Sobriety” Program

    Criminologists and, increasingly, local court systems love the idea of “swift, certain and fair” ...

    Philly’s Addiction-Treatment Smoking Ban Ends, Leaving Bitter Taste

    The horribly misguided smoking and vaping ban in Philadelphia’s city-funded drug treatment programs, including ...

    New Efforts to Make Top-Level Policy and Research Welcome Drug Users

    As the oft-cited mantra “Nothing about us without us” suggests, the involvement of people ...

    The Data Gatekeeper Spinning Pennsylvania’s Prisons Narrative

    In 2017, at the American Society of Criminology’s annual conference in Philadelphia, then-President James ...

    Women’s Voices Among Those Absent at the Global Tobacco Control COP

    Global tobacco control is deeply political, divisive, and reflects the prevailing gendered and other ...