COVID-19 has had an outsized impact on the health and safety of our prison populations and all those who are connected to them, from families to security guards to staff.
Executive Director Leon Smith, and Deputy Director Sana Fadel describe the work of Citizens for Juvenile Justice on behalf of Massachusetts youth, work that includes advocacy, coalition building, research, and
Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan addresses a number of important topics in a wide-ranging interview. She warns of COVID-19-related scams targeting people (especially elders) around bogus cures and CARES
Lois Ahrens, Founding Director of The Real Cost of Prisons Project, takes us behind the walls of our state penal institutions to focus on the particular risks faced by prisoners,
ACMi Goes to Jail It’s not every day that the viewing public has a chance to see the inside of a county jail, which we bring you in this visit
A moderated discussion between Josephine Bolling McCall, whose father was lynched in Lowndes County Alabama in 1947, and Rose Zoltek-Jick, professor and Associate Director of the Civil Rights and Restorative
Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan visits ACMi’s Studio A to discuss a variety of issues, including the APD’s response to the controversial comments made by one of its Lieutenants in
Rahsaan Hall, the ACLU-MA’s Racial Justice Director, was the featured speaker at the “Celebration of Progress Towards Justice” event hosted by the Mass Incarceration Working Group (MIWG) of the First