Setting Returning Women Up for Success
A one-year-old Mural Arts’ program works to reduce recidivism for Philly women by looking inward to succeed on the outside
Progressives vs. Safety
Philly’s former district attorney on how Larry Krasner’s progressive policies fail to prevent crime — and what we should do differently
Citizen of the Week: Rev. Dr. Michelle Simmons
Rev. Simmons’ Germantown nonprofit Why Not Prosper helps recently incarcerated women get their lives back — and stay out of prison for good
Bailing Out Moms
More than 80 percent of women in Philly jails are awaiting trial. Help the People’s Paper Co-op pay their bail in time for Mother’s Day — then, welcome them home
Ideas We Should Steal: More Public Defense Spending
Pennsylvania is the only state that doesn’t provide money for public defenders. What would it look like if they — like progressive prosecutors — had the resources to be reformers?
Who Has the Guts to Say We Need Cops?
For progressives, it's the ultimate inconvenient truth: We need better, smarter policing and prosecution to combat gun violence. Eric Adams is saying that in NY. Anyone here care to agree?
Watch: Fixing the Prison Industrial Complex
Author Piper Kerman and Reform Alliance CEO Robert Rooks on achieving what is achievable: safety and reform
The Real Story Behind Philly’s Violence Epidemic
D.A. Larry Krasner is in denial, the mayor has thrown up his hands, and the police commissioner has gone MIA. But maybe the ultimate solution to our historic scourge of violence lies beyond them, anyway