Week 15: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice Season

This week, the Eagles’ All-Pro safety profiles two organizations on the frontline of reentry

By Malcolm Jenkins

Cops And Their Feelings

Upper Darby’s police force is training to be racially and emotionally sensitive at the behest of its shockingly-woke superintendent

By Quinn O'Callaghan

Special Edition: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice Season

In a special early edition of his weekly column, the Eagles safety explains his decision to stop protesting the anthem while continuing to lobby for reform

By Malcolm Jenkins

Week 13: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice season

This week, the Eagles’ All-Pro safety profiles MenzFit, which helps low-income and formerly-incarcerated men become self-sufficient

By Malcolm Jenkins

Ideas we should steal: Participatory Defense

The program that tries to even the playing field for poor defendants has collectively reduced prison sentences by 3,350 years. Now it may come to Philly

By Thomas Fox Parry

Week 12: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice Season

This week, the All-Pro safety is inspired by West Philly’s Jubilee School and its focus on social activism

By Malcolm Jenkins

Mapping To The Rescue

An app that tracks overdoses is helping police predict the spread of dangerous opioids. Could it help turn the tide on the epidemic?

By Quinn O'Callaghan

Week 11: Malcolm Jenkins’ Criminal Justice season

This week, the Pro Bowl safety highlights the work of the Philly-based Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project

By Malcolm Jenkins

Video: The Reentry Blueprint—Stories from the Formerly Incarcerated

On Wednesday, The Reentry Project hosted our culminating event at The Franklin Institute

The Citizen Updates: O.G. Law’s “Fight Hate With Love”

A documentary about the “revo-solutionary” performance artist debuted last week

By Thomas Fox Parry