JUSTICE

Xochitl, Brenda and Yojana discuss issues of justice and race locally and around the country.

How do we create positive change in our institutions and on the streets?

In a supremely difficult and divisive political landscape, how do we ensure justice and safety in our communities?

This week's Charlando Con La Raza takes on these challenging questions.


Thursday Night Talk: An Evening with Jason Flom

Apr 2, 2018
2017 Prison Education Program Graduation

He smoked two joints before his job interview at Atlantic records. (He got the job) Jason Flom has a lengthy career in the music business. The New Yorker described him as "one of the most successful record men of the past 20 years..."

A founding member of the Innocence Project, Flom is now on a mission to fix America's justice system. Thursday Night Talk featured Sharon Fennell talking with Jason Flom about music and the criminal justice system. 

  

This segment of the California Innocence Project features Charles Miles sharing the experience of his son's wrongful conviction and ultimate release from prison.


On this episode of the California Innocence Project, Guy Miles shares his story about a bad identification leading to wrongful conviction -- and 18 years in prison.


The Humboldt State University family and extended community are heartbroken at the death of HSU student, David Josiah Lawson. A statement honoring Josiah was aired on KHSU. 

A celebration of life for David Josiah Lawson will be held on Thursday, April 20, at 5 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room.


Juvenile Justice Town Hall in Redway

Mar 8, 2017

KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds spoke with Steve Shanning from the Humboldt County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Commission about the town hall meeting happening March 8th at 6 p.m. in Redway. This commission is in charge of inspecting any facility where youth are held in custody. They are responsible for ensuring the general welfare of the youth.