Monthly Archives: November 2016

Trump’s Potential Impact on Criminal Justice Reform

Just like that, America voted for “Change” yet again. Those of us working in the social justice arena, working on our own form of change, are all checking pulses of the people around us, wondering “What does this mean?” The … Continue reading

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Staying on Point: Can one violent crime derail a Movement?

There can be little doubt that a cultural rise of Punishment-Politicians led America to be the peculiar mass incarcerator of the world. This has not been confined to one geographic area, nor to only locking up people of Color. It … Continue reading

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