Investigative journalist Aviva Stahl talks about her new investigation into force-feeding in America’s prisons.
Rights & Liberties
Saki Knafo is a Type Investigations reporter who recently finished a two-year-long investigation into criminal justice in the South Bronx.
Wessler discusses how he discovered and reported on the U.S. Coast Guard’s fleet of “floating Guantánamos,” which detain and shackle low-level smugglers in international waters for weeks or even months.
Matt talks about finding and organizing data of more than 107,000 former nuclear weapons workers in the US who have been diagnosed with cancers and other diseases.
Ross discusses his investigation about discriminatory jury selection, how he cultivated sources, and the role his legal and academic background played in the reporting process.
In the wake of the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Carla Murphy talks about who “gets” to be a victim.
Karen Houppert talks about the fiftieth anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright, the case that gave every American the right to an attorney in a criminal trial.
Shane Bauer talks about reporting from a Solitary Housing Unit in a California prison as a reporter with personal experience of being imprisoned.
A.C. Thompson on how it took him a year and a half to uncover a hidden story from the days after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans — armed white vigilantes attacked African Americans fleeing the floodwaters with a nod and a wink from the local police.