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Keith Gardner Nov 15
EDC event - brilliant workshop with Marc Kozlowski - one of the best overviews of PD, trauma, attachment and offending I have seen - well played that man!
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ACLU of Texas 3m
. is sharing with students at the Speakers Bureau about his new collaboration with the Harris County DA’s office to review over 300 cases with claims of innocence and DNA testing was denied by the courts.
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Jasmine Gershanov 14m
Replying to @TEDTalks
watch Victoria Pratt’s to see how she structures her story and brings forth passion. The advocates will be holding their own TEDTalk in December.
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ACLU Apr 9
There are over 1000 District Attorneys running for election this year. Each one of these elections is an opportunity to end mass incarceration in your backyard.
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Jasmine Gershanov 21m
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ACLU of Texas Nov 10
Awesome and engaged audience at last night’s screening of the series Desth Row Stories: Family Lies and book signing with a.k.a U.S. Death Row Exoneree #138! Special shoutout to and for hosting the screening!
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Kirsten Ricketts 21h
Interesting perspective on small strides with minimal impact, wrapped in an inflated portrayal of a significant over-haul that really doesn't amount to a hill of beans.
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Nicole Fortier Sep 5
Our criminal justice systems are in desperate need for reform. The ACLU's Campaign for plans to cut incarceration by 50%. Check out our state-by-state analysis of how we can do this together!
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James Murphy Nov 15
Imformative workshop with at East Dunbartonshire CJ event today. "See the relationship, not the offence"
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ACLU of South Dakota Nov 6
Florida just restored the right to vote for 1.4 million former felons. This is
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ACLU of South Dakota Nov 15
We brought the issues of incarceration and recidivism into the open during the attorney general’s race this year. But our work to reform South Dakota's criminal justice system isn't done yet, told .
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Keith Jack Mar 9
“What I’d liked to see is not just a safer Scotland, id like to see a flourishing Scotland, where we support every citizen to realise their full potential” Professor Sir Harry Burns
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James Docherty Oct 13
One day in Scotland Judges will say to drug addicted people in court. I’m not sending you to jail, I’m sentencing you to residential rehab for 6 months. Because drug rehabilitation is harder than prison will ever be!
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Kirsten Ricketts 1h
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Keegan Smith Oct 30
Witnessed a miracle in court yesterday.Sheriff reversing his own decision and making a bold disposal after being He may just have saved a young boy taking the wrong path.Applying takes courage.
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ACLU of New Mexico 19h
Giving people meaningful opportunities to move past a criminal record makes our communities safer.
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Linda Bendle Jul 4
I joined the incredible Community Justice Scotland team over a year ago as a Board member with lived experience. It has been the most inspiring and heart warming journey. We are now looking for new Board members to join our movement for
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Michael Skolnik Sep 26
For the past 4 decades, our country has dramatically increased its reliance on the criminal justice system as a way to respond to drug addiction, mental illness, poverty, and failing schools. This has to end.
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Karyn McCluskey Sep 5
At review of problem solving court in Aberdeen... The key to it all is relationships, leadership, innovation and a focus on reducing offending. Less offending, less victims
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ACLU of Texas 22h
60% of women in U.S jails have not been convicted of a crime. Bail typically equals a full year's income, which forces women to stay in pre-trial detention & risk losing child custody to foster-care systems because of it.
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