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Joshua B. Hoe Aug 18
Let's keep building Twitter, if this issue is a passion for you too, tell me why it matters so much to you I'll start, I am formerly incarcerated, I have seen all the awfulness up close and personal and the folks inside are my brothers and sisters
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Jeremiah Mosteller Aug 19
reduces the barriers to by reducing the waiting time to acquire an occupational license for certain industries
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PhilanTopic 5m
Initiative Launched to Transform Probation and Parole Practices
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(((Susan Rogers))) Aug 14
"...central to understanding this practice of & excessive punishment is the legacy of slavery."-Bryan Stevenson of
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Scott Miles for Commonwealth's Attorney 2019 24h
was "considered radical just a few years ago. But the American public has changed its views." Opinion polls have shown wide support for among both Democrats and Republicans, and the landscape is shifting quickly:
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R Street Institute 15m
A business leader’s perspective: Why should organizations adopt second-chance hiring?
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R Street Institute 18h
"Research suggests that earning a postsecondary degree behind bars may bring higher earnings and increase the number of total hours worked, as well as increase an individual’s chance of gaining employment upon re-entry."
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Joshua B. Hoe 20m
Thread: twitter, Last week AG Barr gave a speech accusing progressive prosecutors of fomenting crime and violence
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Dylan Meisner Aug 18
Let’s make twitter a thing. I am currently interning for Project Rebound at SDSU, which helps formerly incarcerated or justice-affected students at SDSU with admissions and other challenges.
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Joshua B. Hoe 15h
Replying to @BernieSanders @ewarren
3. Likely impact, for instance, the more I think about the plan for the more I wonder if the point is actually to reduce mass incarceration...there are a lot of good ideas in her plan, but she doesn't do much that will decrease numbers short term
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Joshua B. Hoe 15h
Thread: Okay, I have done deep dives into like 8 candidate plans now, I think there are several ways to evaluate them - vision, practicality (yes these are most likely in conflict), and likely impact if implemented
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Jerome Buting 2h
Just as in 2018, in 2020 elections (national, state & local) we must push back hard against these failed Neanderthal demagogues who use this B.S. to scare voters.
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Joshua B. Hoe 15h
Replying to @BernieSanders @ewarren
And even if the Democrats retake the Senate, remember that President Obama wanted "single payer" but the timidity of his own caucus is why "single payer" became "Obamacare" - broad will still be a HEAVY lift even with a Democratic Senate
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CCJR-NH Aug 13
See president Vicki Henry talk about the registry with online Aug 22nd!
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Andrew Davis Aug 20
If you're going to lock people up, you assume responsibility for humane care. If the State can't fulfill that obligation, we have a problem. A three-year stretch should not be a potential death sentence.
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Louisianans for Prison Alternatives 19h
A Shreveport warehouse manager is rebuilding his life after getting support from Louisiana's 2017 justice reforms. He's still on parole, but earning compliance credit. His parole that would have ended in July 2021 now ends next month.
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ReentrySummitPBC 11h
Part of the Reentry Summit Planning Committee hard at work 😁
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Columbia Justice Lab 22h
and should provide hope for the future, not a pathway to incarceration. explains how can help chart a safe and effective course to reducing the size and punitiveness of supervision systems across the country.
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Joshua B. Hoe Aug 20
So here is the thing, this is the Douglass Plan for , note that it both ends ALL prosecution for possession of ALL drugs and ALL mandatory minimums
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Amani Sawari #BlackAugust is Here 🖤🖤 Aug 20
Prison resistance, rather than being seen acts of chaos, is now perceived as a legitimate pathway towards policy reform, making & protecting prisoners' a topic of presidential discussion
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