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If African Americans Are Refugees In America, Where Should We Go?
America Is Ripe for Reform as Congress Pushes for Legislation to End Mass Incarceration
President Obama’s Review of Solitary Confinement Signals Possible Reform of America’s Dungeons
President Obama Becomes the First Siting President to Visit a Prison, Highlighting the Need for Criminal Justice Reform
With 1 in Every 10 Black Males Under 30 in Prison, We Need More Than Apologies from Bill Clinton
President Obama Wants to End Mass Incarceration, But Will the Momentum Continue After He Leaves the White House?
Obama Commutes Dozens of Sentences, Can His Prison Reform Plan Repair Damage ‘War on Drugs’ Did to Black Community?
Cornel West Gives a Surprising Answer to the Question of Black People Losing a Generation Because of Mass Incarceration
Former Judges Admits War on Drugs Devastated Black Community, Calls for Urban ‘Marshall Plan’
Pay-to-Stay Laws Leave Prisoners Paying for Their Crimes Long After They Have Been Released
The Desperate Need for a Justice System Overhaul Allows a Divided Congress to Find Some Common Ground
Black Unemployment Rate Falls to the Single Digits, but Experts Warn That It’s Too Early to Celebrate
This Is a Superb Illustration of How Police Presence and the Threat of Incarceration Are Destroying Black Families
The Push For Fingerprinting Job Applicants Blatantly Ignores Racial Discrimination in Background Checks
This Author Flawlessly Explains How Mass Incarceration Is the New Form of Slavery in America
Black Criminalization and Incarceration: A Slow Moving Holocaust