Tana Ganeva is a reporter covering criminal justice, drug policy, immigration, and politics. She's written for the Washington Post, RollingStone.com, Glamour, Gothamist, Vice, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Prior to that she was deputy editor of The Influence, a web magazine about drug policy and criminal justice. For years she served as the managing editor of AlterNet.org.
Despite Huge Number of Misconduct Complaints, Cops at NYPD’s 75th Precinct Keep Getting Promotions
There has been little to no accountability for the staggering number of lawsuits and substantiated civilian complaints against the troubled precinct.
NYPD’s Culture of Impunity Sees an Officer Repeatedly Accused of Physical and Sexual Abuse Rising Through the Ranks
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pledge to discipline officers who commit violence does nothing to address NYPD’s culture of rewarding bad behavior.
America’s Crowded Prisons Are About to Create a Coronavirus Crisis in Rural America
The prison economy has been a lifeline for rural communities for decades, but that lifeline has transformed into a vector for coronavirus.
The Coronavirus CrisisNew York City Has Done Almost Nothing to Protect 70,000 People in its Homeless Shelters From Coronavirus Spread
“To treat us like the dregs of society is not nice. We all are equally important and I wish sometimes people would see that.”