Over the past few years, the United States has gotten glimpses of fascism – notably in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017. But to understand what a far more advanced fascist movement looks like, try Ukraine, a country in which the U.S. military is deeply involved.
Jermaine Doss, the Norfolk native serving a sentence of life-plus-34 years for a crime many believe he did not commit, has a new lawyer who is planning legal action in the case.
Virginia has two women’s prisons: Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, a Level 3 security facility with a capacity of 1,200 located in Troy, and the Virginia Correctional Center for Women, a Level 2 security facility with 609 beds located in Goochland County.
Trying to exercise your rights in prison is like being stopped by a cop late at night on a lonely country road. Sure, you have rights, but exercising them can get you in a world of trouble.
A letter to the editor from Mr. Roy L. Perry-Bey of Norfolk, executive director of the United Front for Justice, regarding the Voting Rights Act.
As a concerned resident of Richmond who has been monitoring the details of the Coliseum deal, I am strongly opposed to the initiative.
An editorial from Hassan Shabazz on the Department of Corrections, truth-in-sentencing law, and mass incarceration.