Joseph Jazz Hayden – A Decade of Activism

July 31, 2012, Activist Accuses NYPD of Falsely Charging Him with Crime, NY1

July 30, 2012, D.A. Vance Dropped Charges Against Accused Rapist Strauss-Kahn; What About Joseph “Jazz” Hayden? Black Star News Editorial

July 25, 2012, D.A. Cy Vance: Drop the Case Against Activist Jazz Hayden, Anthony Papa, The Huffington Post

July 20, 2012, Police Target Man for Monitoring Illegal Searches, Yoni Golijov, Black Star News

February 8, 2012, Jazz Hayden and the Fight Against Stop and Frisk, Graham Rayman, The Village Voice

February, 2012, The N.Y.P.D. Clamps Down on Jazz, Liliana Segura, The Brooklyn Rail

January 19, 2012, Activist Cites Own Past with NYPD at Stop-And-Frisk Rally, NY1

October 31, 2011, Prison Activists Work to End Racial Bias in Justice System, Nat Rudarakanchana, The Uptowner

July 30, 2011, Group Vows to Highlight NYPD Misconduct in 2013 Mayoral Race, Dean Meminger, NY1

May 18, 2009, A Newsroom to Cover the Disenfranchised Voices in Harlem, NY Times, Jason Grant

June 22, 2005, Civil Rights Advocates Fight Felon Disenfranchisement, AP, Erin Texeira

July 9, 2004, Felon Disenfranchisement, Purging the Minority Vote, Democracy Now

February 2, 2004, Yale Law School Hosts Public Interest Colloquium with Joseph Hayden

June 19, 2003, Echoes of Juneteenth Haunt Us Today, Joseph “Jazz” Hayden, San Francisco Chronicle

January 15, 2003, Hayden v. Pataki Press Conference, Remarks by Joseph “Jazz” Hayden

January 15, 2003, Federal lawsuit, Hayden, et al. v. Pataki,Asserts that Al l U.S. Citizens Have the Right to Vote, NAACP LDF

September 23, 2002, Fairness and felons, a push to enfranchise prisoners, Alexandra Marks, The Christian Science Monitor