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Come July, California Will Swap Juvenile Jails for Reform-Minded Rehab Centers

Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media Starting in July, California's youth prisons will no longer be accepting new inmates, with a few exceptions. The...

Judge: People in Prison Can Receive $1,200 Stimulus Payments

Quinci LeGardye | California Black Media The first round of economic impact payments funded by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or the...

OP-ED: Black Americans Have Everything to Lose in This Election

In this year alone, he has mismanaged a public health crisis and the resulting economic recession — both of which have disproportionally affected Black...

Bill Cosby Spoke from Prison and the Whole World Listened

When Bill Cosby opened up to the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) in his first interview since his incarceration more than a year ago,...

Former Judge Tracie Hunter Released From Jail, Vows to Fight On

“I committed no crime,” said Hunter. “All of this was a vindictive, vicious, and retaliatory attack against me because I had the audacity to...