Intersections + Injustice

    How Washington, DC’s Lack of Statehood Hurts Black and Poor Residents

    A debate over democracy and racial justice is raging on the federal government’s doorstep. ...

    State Attorney Aramis Ayala Releases Her “Bad Cops” List

    State Attorney Aramis Ayala, the progressive top prosecutor of Orange County, Florida, has released ...

    Why Are Black Arrest Rates for Marijuana Rising in Los Angeles?

    Although California legalized marijuana over two years ago, racial disparities in arrests for the ...

    SAMHSA Rule-Change Strips SUD Patients’ Privacy, Invites Police Intrusion 

    The long-awaited final rule revising 42 CFR Part 2—the confidentiality regulation applying to substance ...

    BlueLeaks: Inside Cops’ Islamophobic Counterdrug Training

    This is a time bomb” was one student’s description of a September 2014 counterdrug ...

    Texas Is Now the Epicenter for Coronavirus in Carceral Settings

    Severe COVID-19 outbreaks threaten the lives of people incarcerated across Texas. Several jail and ...

    Oklahoma Reservation Ruling Is an Opening for Harm Reduction

    Hardline Oklahoma prosecutors have received bad news about their capacity to force people who ...

    Kentucky Challenge to “Casey’s Law” Strikes Against Involuntary Commitment

    One of the nation’s oldest involuntary commitment laws designed specifically to target people who ...