Topic: incarceration

Thomas ’21: Cancelling cancel culture

Columns, Opinions

Thomas ’21: Cancelling cancel culture

November 6, 2018 0 comments

The practice of “cancelling” is becoming increasingly common. By cancelling, I mean the process by which people mark someone as problematic and withdraw any and all prior support to ignore and exclude this person.

Talk contextualizes LGBTQ+ incarceration, prison research

News, University News

Talk contextualizes LGBTQ+ incarceration, prison research

October 18, 2018 0 comments

University professors and students gathered in Friedman Hall to discuss LGBTQ+ youth and their treatment in prisons Wednesday night.

Op-eds, Opinions

Pontbriant: A testament to the power of education in prison

September 5, 2018 0 comments

 Jean-Paul Sartre said, “As far as men go, it is not what they are that interests me, but what they may become.”

Kupetz ’19.5: In favor of the Brown Incarceration Initiative

Op-eds, Opinions

Kupetz ’19.5: In favor of the Brown Incarceration Initiative

September 5, 2018 0 comments

Jeremy Pontbriant is incarcerated in the medium security facility at the Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institute.

The six local advocacy groups that compose AMOR convened Feb. 14 to celebrate the coalition’s launch of a hotline that offers legal and mental support for immigrants and minorities.

Metro, News

Local hotline provides legal support to immigrants

April 10, 2018 0 comments

Nearly two months after establishing a hotline that provides support to immigrants and minorities in Rhode Island, the Alliance to Mobilize Our Resistance is focused on making small-scale community change by offering immediate support to its callers.

D’Amico speaks about different nations’ incarceration rate

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D’Amico speaks about different nations’ incarceration rate

October 18, 2017 0 comments

Daniel D’Amico discussed his research on the incarceration rates among nations in a talk titled “Why Nation’s Jail” Wednesday night.

Metro, News

Rhode Island General Assembly passes parole, probation reform bills

September 25, 2017 0 comments

A package of six bills meant to reform the parole and probation system in Rhode Island officially passed in the R.I. General Assembly last week.

Arts & Culture

Exhibition calls attention to dehumanizing aspect of solitary confinement

March 14, 2017 0 comments

Solitary Confinement,” the Nightingale Brown House Gallery’s latest exhibition, addressed the ills of solitary confinement in the United States.