Prior to his release last month, abolitionist Ruchell Cinqué Magee was the country’s longest-held political prisoner.
Incarcerated writer Timothy James Young says it’s time for Governor Newsom to live up to his word and abolish the death penalty.
With SB 94, California lawmakers have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of thousands of people behind bars. It is time to reconsider our LWOP laws.
In his first column for Knock LA, from Corcoran State Prison, Mwalimu Shakur (AKA Ajamu) describes the challenges of keeping in touch and the vital work of political education.
We can observe Black August by advocating for prisoners. AB2632 is stuck in the state Senate Appropriations Committee, which must act by August 11.
The most expensive Cheetos in the world are sold in LA County jails. The sheriff’s office eats the profit.
County-commissioned study finds no negative effects on rearrest rates or failures to appear.
Unclear COVID-19 protocols and ill-prepared prison staff continue to harm California's incarcerated population throughout the omicron surge.
Drakeo’s trial, its many cultural implications and the uphill battle for policy change in Los Angeles.
State propositions are the middle ground between city and federal policy change. Those results help shape local organizing.