PostEverything: For girls with moms in prison, growing up is hard to do

President Trump, desperate dealmaker; Mandatory minimum sentences are cruel and ineffective. Sessions wants them back.; A book, an interview, an old fact, and a chart show the ongoing challenge of institutionalized racism; Individual racists aren’t the reason racism persists in 2017; No, presidents should not ask FBI directors if they’re under investigation;
 
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President Trump, desperate dealmaker
Donald Trump is cutting deals, but all of the available evidence suggests that he is getting played.
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Mandatory minimum sentences are cruel and ineffective. Sessions wants them back.
As a federal prosecutor and judge, we saw that these policies do not work.
 
A book, an interview, an old fact, and a chart show the ongoing challenge of institutionalized racism
Racism is deeply embedded in our economy and society. Right now, the Federal Reserve may be one of the few institutions left that can help.
 
Individual racists aren’t the reason racism persists in 2017
My own unconscious bias shows how the problem is institutional.
 
For girls with moms in prison, growing up is hard to do
I met Jane in 2013 at a women’s prison in Washington state. She was 6, and while other girls her age may have been camping in the woods with their Girl Scout troops, Jane was camping overnight at the prison where her mother was incarcerated. On the day we met, Jane was participating in Girls […]
 
No, presidents should not ask FBI directors if they’re under investigation
If Trump’s dinner with Comey really happened the way Trump says it did, he made a serious error.
 
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