Explore how justice reform issues play out in the media and popular culture through these “spotlights” on key moments in the news.

National Bail Out Day focuses on bringing black mothers home.
Conservative think tank slams bail as “inefficient, expensive and unfair.”
Vermont’s bold response to opioids.
Geographies of addiction: fentanyl, race, and urban neighborhoods.
New Orleans prosecutor accused of using fake subpoenas to coerce victims and witnesses.
Advocates launch campaigns spotlighting the power of prosecutors.
"The Nation" highlights police shootings of people with disabilities.
Concern about police shootings of black Americans leads to children’s book.
The documentary “Justice For All?” shines a light on the state of public defense in Indiana.
Los Angeles coalition protests new jail construction.
The Marshall Project highlights a snapshot of “hell”—a week of incidents in jails around the country.
“Kids Incarcerated:” Teen Vogue series is a must-read for all ages.
After six years behind bars, college awaits.
ICE is targeting parents who pay to bring their children to the United States.
Who benefits from immigrant detention?
Thousands marching for justice for black women.
NativeLivesMatter holds a day of awareness for missing and murdered Native women and girls.
Helplines offer resources for victims.
NFL athletes and owners push for criminal justice reform.
Massachusetts creates new process to handle tainted convictions.
For less than $2/hour, these incarcerated women fight fires.
“It’s the right thing to do”: Colorado corrections chief ends use of long-term solitary confinement.
Jay-Z speaks out about the parole-prison revolving door.
A woman of conviction drives change.
Training program helps formerly incarcerated people find work—and “a purpose in life.”