New Thinking is about justice—and injustice—in America. It’s about the people trying to fix a legal system that falls so short of our ideals, and about the people organizing to build something new in its place. It’s hosted by Matt Watkins and produced by the Center for Court Innovation.
The Question of Dirty Work
Have we placed people working to offer mental health treatment behind bars in a situation where it's impossible to practice ethical care?
Taking Reform Out of Its Comfort Zone
Can a treatment-first approach be brought to scale inside of the same system responsible for mass incarceration in the first place?
The Crisis on Rikers Island
An audio snapshot from an emergency rally demanding immediate measures to release people from NYC's Rikers Island jail. Eleven people have died in the custody of the city's jail system this year.
Cages Don't Help Us Heal
I made my own choices, Marlon Peterson says, “but I also did not choose to experience the type of things I experienced.”
One of These Days We Might Find Us Some Free: Reginald Dwayne Betts
In 1996, 16-year-old Reginald Dwayne Betts was sentenced to nine years in prison for a carjacking. He spent much of that time reading, and eventually writing. After prison, he went to Yale Law School and published a memoir and three books of poems. But he’s still wrestling with what “after prison” means. This is a … Continue reading One of These Days We Might Find Us Some Free: Reginald Dwayne Betts →
The Cycle: Police Violence, Black Rebellion
Historian Elizabeth Hinton on the lessons for the present from her new book, America on Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s.
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Great tool to learn
Great guests and interesting insight. Recommend for those looking to learn more about criminal justice reform, social justice, and advocacy.
Such an informative podcast
This is such a great podcast! Its content is in-depth, yet simplistic enough for all audiences to access and understand. Absolutely recommend if you’re interested in hearing from a diverse number of professionals on issues surrounding criminal justice reform both nationally and specific to New York City.