op-ed: transforming parole through racial justice and decarceration

By Imani Webb-Smith, Senior Policy Manager at Katal Center for Equity, Health, and Justice Until very recently, to be on parole supervision in New York State was to be subject to the country’s most  deliberately dizzying array of cruel, capricious, racist policies and practices – both codified and de facto,[1] that succeeded only in further ensnaring […]