Stories about Prisons
People who have committed no crime are being held in unsafe and potentially deadly conditions, lawsuit says.
Fewer arrests, early release could be critical public-health measures.
As America deliberates new approaches to criminal justice, inmates at San Quentin and Solano State get their stories out.
Famous local author couple Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman to helm project; survivors and families feel 'blindsided' and vow to protest.
Transposed to LA in the Magic's revival, Luis Alfaro’s take on Sophocles mixes Latinx culture with ancient Greek tragedy.
Candidate platforms show how much the politics of the Democratic Party have moved to the left.
Choreographer Jo Kreiter examines the rippling toll of the prison-industrial complex, in a new work performed in front of UN Plaza.
Plus: Mozart's birthday, SF Movement Arts Fest, Jasmine Infiniti, and coastal light sculptures
Chesa Boudin, a deputy public defender whose life has been shaped by the criminal justice system, offers a new perspective in a campaign dominated by tough-on-crime candidates.
And so should thousands of other Black and Latino men serving unjust sentences due to racist criminal justice policies.