Our Justice System Is Sentencing Domestic Abuse Survivors To Life Without Parole

  • Our justice system’s misunderstandings about domestic violence are putting abuse survivors into jail for life without parole. [The Atlantic]
  • Clergy, priests, and monks sent their own photos to a Florida police department so that they would stop using pictures of Black youth for target practice. [Washington Post]
  • Read about the women who have been serving in Myanmar’s long-standing civil war. [New York Times]
  • Nigerians who fled from Boko Haram now can’t vote out the government that’s failed them. [The Daily Beast]
  • An art exhibit inspired by the 53 girls who evaded capture by Boko Haram last year will be debuting in New Jersey next month. [ArtNet]
  • Two documentaries, The Hunting Ground and Hot Girls Wanted, are exploring sexual exploitation at Sundance this year. [Flavorwire]
  • What’s it like to be a trans porn producer and performer at the Adult Video News awards? [Daily Dot]