The Trayvon Martin case has taught Damon Young that it’s time to believe in something.
Does mass incarceration actually ensure “public safety” at all? Theresa Runstedtler and the prison abolition movement think not.
On Wednesday, Troy Davis, a man who may well have been innocent of the crime for which he was convicted, was executed. Troy Davis was accused of killing Mark MacPhail, a Georgia police officer. Seven of the nine principal prosecution eyewitnesses changed all or part of their testimony, many alleging police coercion in getting their testimony. In addition, three…
An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources.
We weren’t sure if Troy Davis was a murderer, Slade Sohmer writes, so why is he dead?