Intersections + Injustice

    Pardon Certificates for Federal Cannabis Convictions: Slow Progress

    The Justice Department (DOJ) is extending a public comment period concerning its marijuana pardon ...

    Unhoused People in Phoenix at Acute Risk From Extreme Heat

    Michael Felder, 62, was an organizer with the Fund for Empowerment, advocating for unhoused ...

    California Finally Clearing Cannabis Records. Will Lessons Be Learned?

    California officials have announced that they’re finally making substantial progress on clearing old marijuana ...

    Drug Courts Don’t Just Force People Into Treatment. They Deny Us, Too.

    Standing in the courtroom as I awaited sentencing, the light tapping of the stenographer ...

    How to End Stigma in Hospitals Against People Who Use Drugs?

    In 2020, Ronald Richardson and his friends who used drugs in Philadelphia began noticing ...

    It’s Not a Meth Overdose Crisis. It’s a Data Crisis.

    When someone dies without a doctor present, and they hadn’t seen a doctor anytime ...

    Our Prison Is Used to Mental Illness. Taking Care of Our Own Was New.

    In 20 years of incarceration across four different Washington State Department of Corrections (WDOC) ...