By Brittany Chiang, Associate Editor, Vol. 21 Asian American exonerees, like the formerly incarcerated, often lack resources, receiving little assistance from the government to facilitate reentry.  In the case of Asian Americans, this is partially due to their classification as a “model minority.”[1]  They encounter unique challenges because “the portrayal of Asian Americans as successful permits […]

“We might not be as naturally rhetorically gifted, but we worked really hard.” – Alex Hall, 31, convicted of manslaughter By Saeeda Joseph-Charles Associate Editor, Vol. 21 In mid-September, three men, all incarcerated for violent crimes, shared a stage with Harvard College undergraduates, ready to debate. The topic, whether undocumented students should be able to […]