U.S. Criminal Justice & Racial Justice

Jen Marlowe's articles and essays about Israel/Palestine, Sudan, and the death penalty have been read in The Nation, TomDispatch.com, yes!, Colorlines, and Worldfocus.org, among other places:

Water Protectors Take Action to Keep Pipeline Out of Black and Indigenous Communities
Yes! Magazine, August 14, 2018

The Feeling of Being Watched
Colorlines, April 24, 2018

After Nearly 45 Years of Incarceration, Herman Bell Wins Parole
Colorlines, March 22, 2018

1 Teen, 6 Cops, 1 Bullet and a Black Family Screaming for Justice for 5 Years
Colorlines, April 12, 2017

A Racial-Justice Argument Against Killing Dylann Roof
The Nation- January 16, 2017

The Execution That Birthed a Movement
In These Times, September 17, 2016

Troy Davis: The Human Price of the Death Penalty
Tikkun DAILY, May 5, 2014

Gov. Inslee made the right decision to halt the state's death penalty. State legislators should too
Real Change News, March 5, 2014

Two years after Troy Davis' execution, our fight to end the death penalty lives
The Guardian, September 21, 2013

Standing with Troy Davis in His Final Days
yes!, September 21, 2012

A Sister Who Fought For Her Brother’s Life, While Clinging To Her Own
Colorlines, December 6, 2011

Troy Davis’s Legacy: A New, Deeply Personal Movement
Colorlines, September 30, 2011

A Circle of Prayer for Troy Davis—and the Country That Would Kill Him
Colorlines, September 21, 2011

Georgia Plans to Kill Troy Davis Next Week. Can It Still Be Stopped?
Colorlines, September 14, 2011

Too Much Doubt: Is Georgia Really Prepared to Kill Troy Davis?
The Nation, September 13, 2011

Dispatch from Death Row: Saving Troy Davis With a Family’s Love
Colorlines, June 1, 2011

The Locked Gate: Standing Up For My Brother on Death Row
yes!, May 10, 2011

Troy Davis Innocence Claim Denied
The Nation, September 8, 2010

The Death Penalty Club
CommonDreams.org, May 10, 2009