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Category Archives: Criminal Justice System
One of the best teaching experiences I’ve ever had occurred earlier this year when I had the privilege to teach an introduction to fiction course at the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women (see photo). The UNC student newspaper, The … Continue reading
From Colonial times until the mid-1800s, it was common practice in the United States to jail people who failed or were unable to pay their debts, a practice that many, including the Supreme Court, have since recognized as a violation … Continue reading
Nearly on a daily basis, there are excellent long form articles and other stories on juvenile justice-related topics on the web. I try to keep up via several sources, including my Twitter feed (yes, if you’re not on Twitter and following … Continue reading