A sinking jail: The environmental disaster that is Rikers Island

A sinking jail: The environmental disaster that is Rikers Island

These metropolises aren’t literally the greenest places on earth — they’re not necessarily dense with foliage, for one, and some still have a long way to go down the path to susta…

Inside Rikers Island, by the People Who Live It -- NYMag

Inside Rikers Island, Through the Eyes of the People Who Live and Work There

Inside Rikers Island, by the People Who Live It -- NYMag

This rendering shows what LaGaurdia Airport could look like if nearby Rikers Island was incorporated into its footprint. (Photo: Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform)    Rikers Island could become a key cog for New York’s LaGuardia Airport. At... http://usa.swengen.com/laguardia-could-grow-by-taking-over-rikers-island/

This rendering shows what LaGaurdia Airport could look like if nearby Rikers Island was incorporated into its footprint. (Photo: Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform) Rikers Island could become a key cog for New York’s LaGuardia Airport. At... http://usa.swengen.com/laguardia-could-grow-by-taking-over-rikers-island/

Inside Rikers Island, by the People Who Live It -- NYMag

Inside Rikers Island, Through the Eyes of the People Who Live and Work There

Inside Rikers Island, by the People Who Live It -- NYMag

Inside Rikers Island, Through the Eyes of the People Who Live and Work There

Inside Rikers Island, by the People Who Live It -- NYMag

14 Famous Prisoners of Rikers Island People

14 Famous Prisoners of Rikers Island

This piece, a collaboration between New York Magazine and The Marshall Project, tells the story of Rikers Island through the words and experiences of the people who are held there, work there or visit the jail often. It is simple in its premise — let’s ask the people of Rikers — and outstanding in its execution. I came away conflicted because the story did what great stories do: It made me see Rikers from all perspectives. — Fernanda Santos, Phoenix Bureau Chief

Inside Rikers Island, Through the Eyes of the People Who Live and Work There

This piece, a collaboration between New York Magazine and The Marshall Project, tells the story of Rikers Island through the words and experiences of the people who are held there, work there or visit the jail often. It is simple in its premise — let’s ask the people of Rikers — and outstanding in its execution. I came away conflicted because the story did what great stories do: It made me see Rikers from all perspectives. — Fernanda Santos, Phoenix Bureau Chief

For Mentally Ill Inmates at Rikers Island, a Cycle of Jail and Hospitals - NYTimes.com

For Mentally Ill Inmates at Rikers Island, a Cycle of Jail and Hospitals

For Mentally Ill Inmates at Rikers Island, a Cycle of Jail and Hospitals - NYTimes.com

Inside New York's Penal Colony, by the People Who Live It.

Inside Rikers Island, Through the Eyes of the People Who Live and Work There

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