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Covid-19

Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic

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  • Micah Haskell-Hoehl
    Micah Haskell-Hoehl
  • Logan Schmidt
    Logan Schmidt
September 02, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Policymakers Must Lift the Veil on COVID-19 in Jails and Prisons

  • Brandon Brown
August 10, 2020

Series: Covid-19

A View from the Inside

  • William Snowden
    William Snowden
July 20, 2020

Series: Covid-19

A New Vision for Justice in New Orleans

  • Paul, a NYIFUP client
July 09, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Without an attorney, I might still be confined in a detention facility with COVID-19

People trapped in the United States’ massive immigration detention system have no right to legal counsel if they cannot afford it. Without attorneys, they stand little chance of navigating the complex and adversarial arena of immigration law to win their freed ...

  • Nina Siulc
    Nina Siulc
June 04, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Vera’s New Prevalence Model Suggests COVID-19 is Spreading through ICE Detention at Much Higher Rates than Publicized

  • Jackson Beck
    Jackson Beck
  • Leah Pope
    Leah Pope
May 28, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Coronavirus, Mental Health, and the Enduring Importance of Health-Centered Crisis Response

  • Melissa Garlick
    Melissa Garlick
May 12, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Communities Need State and Local Deportation Defense Programs Now More Than Ever

  • Leah Pope
    Leah Pope
  • Aaron Stagoff-Belfort
    Aaron Stagoff-Belfort
April 30, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Public Health and Public Safety: The Critical Role of Police During the COVID-19 Crisis

  • Erica Bryant
    Erica Bryant
April 28, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Facebook Post Put High School Student in a Detention Facility Now Struck by Coronavirus

  • Erica Bryant
    Erica Bryant
April 14, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Unaccompanied Children Suffer as Hearings are Sped Up, Switched to Video During COVID-19 Crisis

  • Erica Bryant
    Erica Bryant
April 13, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Two Years in Jail, Never Convicted of a Crime, Now Vulnerable to Coronavirus

  • Christian Henrichson
    Christian Henrichson
  • Oliver Hinds
    Oliver Hinds
April 08, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Use this Data to Hold Your Local Jail Accountable During the Pandemic

  • Jack Norton
    Jack Norton
April 07, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Albany, Georgia Reduces Jail Population by 27 Percent in Response to Coronavirus

  • Maria Rafael
    Maria Rafael
April 02, 2020

Series: Covid-19

In a Precarious Economy, Governments and Courts Must Take Immediate Action to Reduce Criminal Justice Fines and Fees

  • Jacob  Kang-Brown
    Jacob Kang-Brown
  • Jasmine Heiss
    Jasmine Heiss
April 01, 2020

Series: Covid-19

COVID-19 Imperils People in Rural Jails

  • Aaron Stagoff-Belfort
    Aaron Stagoff-Belfort
March 27, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Law Enforcement Best Practices Can Help Halt the Spread of COVID-19 by Keeping People Out of Jail

  • Erica Bryant
    Erica Bryant
March 25, 2020

Series: Covid-19

Detention May Become Death Sentence for Vulnerable Detainees

  • Logan Schmidt
    Logan Schmidt
March 23, 2020

Series: Target 2020

Responding to COVID-19: Focusing on People in the Criminal Justice and Immigration Systems