The First Amendment protects our freedom of expression and, by extension, our access to reading material. But in prison, it’s sometimes another story.
In our Restricted Reading series, we examine access to information in prison and the right to intellectual freedom for the more than 2.2 million people incarcerated in America today.
Restricted Reading is produced by Kouvenda Media, with sponsorship from the Freedom to Read Foundation and support from the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom.
Black people in the U.S. were far more likely to report harmfully low sleep in the months after a killing compared with white people surveyed during that time.
We’re excited to share the On Being Biracial podcast on our Obscured feed. The show is about biracial experiences and identities in the U.S. Co-hosted by @daralyselyons & @malcolmburnley. Obscured’s @emily_previti was producer, editor & fact-checker. Listen here