American Justice

The United States has the world’s largest prison population. In 2012, there were 2.3 million people in American prisons or jails – and even more under some kind of “correctional supervision.” In fact, if you added up all the people in America in prison, on probation, or on parole, it’d total about 6 million – just a little smaller than the population of New York City. The system is vast, but how well is it working? In this episode, we explore how a few communities across the country have responded creatively to problems with police, courts, and prisons.

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Episode Music

ArtistTrack
DarksideGolden Arrow
Four TetCalamine
HauschkaPing
Four TetLiquefaction
MountainsAdd Infinity
FenneszKae
E-rockShrink Ray
FenneszMori
Jon HopkinsA Drifting Up
BiosphereAltostratus
HauschkaRadar
HauschkaPing
TapeFire Made of Bones
BonoboShadow Tricks
BonoboTransmission 94
BonoboNightlite
KelpeWhirlwound
BiosphereOi
BiosphereFrom a Solid to a Liquid
HauschkaRadar (Remix)
BiosphereShika
Chihei HatakeyamaBonfire on the Field

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