Jacob Biba is a freelance journalist and photographer in Asheville, North Carolina. His work has appeared in The Appeal, The Guardian, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
North Carolina’s Aging Death Row Population Faces Looming Health Care Crisis
The state’s prison health care system is failing to adequately care for older people with chronic illnesses and diseases.
North Carolina Appeals Courts Have Never Found That Prosecutors Discriminated Against Black Jurors. Two Cases Could Change That.
The state’s appellate courts could give new trials to two Black men who claim prosecutors discriminated against potential jurors.
An All-White Jury Sent Rayford Burke to Death Row. Will North Carolina’s Efforts to Make Amends Be Enough?
Decades after his conviction, Burke maintains his innocence. His case highlights the limitations of North Carolina’s Racial Justice Act.