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Nina Rogers 13h
& will go down in history as reducing violence in Scotland - just stated in the Scottish Parliament debate. Scotland has come a long way, but we’re not done yet. We still need more focus on early years & prevention.
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Maria Elena (Marielena) Morales 7h
"I hope when we talk about investments we talk about investing into people's lives not into their dehumanization." -Maria Elena Morales
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ACLU of Texas 8h
There's significant evidence that the criminal justice system is racist. In Harris County, for instance: black people comprise 20 percent of the county population but made up 62 percent of the wrongful drug convictions.
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Gemma F Sep 19
Could we link the new Public Health Scotland with ? Same ambitions, same priorities, same national role and responsibilities...the same people!! just a thought.
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Flem-KenLegal Sep 19
Imagine if our health policy was made in the same way as our criminal justice ‘policies’ are developed each election.
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Dasheika Ruffin Sep 19
The hosted their first phonebank tonight calling almost 600 Georgians to get them excited about and reminding them to on Nov. 6th!
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ACLU of Connecticut Sep 14
Rally with us on Monday (9/17): join to call on Connecticut to invest in people, not prisons.
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ACLU of Arizona Sep 13
Arizona has the 4th highest incarceration rate in the country and we are number 1 when it comes to incarcerating Latinos and number 6 when it comes to incarcerating women and African Americans. explains why Arizona needs .
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ACLU of Texas Sep 19
To end mass incarceration, we need to end racial disparities in the criminal justice system. Here’s how:
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Rebecca W 16h
YES! A brilliant initiative and so many in Scotland like it. Look forward to introducing you to the campaign next month...inspiring stories about people who have made mistakes, once, twice, or more, & made positive changes to themselves & their community
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ACLU of Texas Sep 19
In Texas we have a long history of doing things bigger. We have applied that thinking to our criminal justice system, leaving us with one of the highest incarceration rates in the world. Tell your reps that you're ready for reforms:
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Karyn McCluskey 16h
Wonderful ethos. Safer Scotland for everyone. Having a job is transformational for the individual, but it also has a halo effect in their homes and communities. Changing families and communities.
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SimonSays Sep 18
Thanks to all for welcoming & I today. A great insight into people’s experiences & how we can work together to effect change.
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Mel Sep 18
There is no 5 step plan to relieving CT tax liabilities that does not include closing prisons and shrinking DOC “We will not be ignored....you will not continue to cage our people and get our damn vote...it’s not gonna happen.”
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J. Bennett Guess 4h
Great turnout at conversation and art reveal tonight about in Ohio. The movement is growing.
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Mel Sep 19
We’re on ’s show to spread our message to all of Connecticut. - People. Not Prisons!
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Russell Fallis Sep 15
Penal reform and the need to support rehabilitation, both in custody and the community, is a key issue for policy-makers, regardless of political ideology:
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Gemma F Sep 19
From integration to disintegration - of structures that is, to enable creative partnership problem-solving. If you have to create a structure to force a conversation to happen, you’re in a bad place says David Lynch from Dundee HSCP.
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Gemma F Sep 12
So valuable, and from a justice perspective, Rachel and her colleagues work incredibly hard, in a creative and local way to meet their community priorities
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Flem-KenLegal Sep 18
A shout out to our allies in the drug law reform movement who have an exciting & important event tomorrow- Decriminlisation is
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