Tagged With Criminal Justice Reform

One year after George Floyd's death, there are nearly 200 fewer police officers on active duty in Minneapolis

Target CEO Brian Cornell says George Floyd 'could have been one of my Target team members'

Cops can't be allowed to police themselves if we want real criminal justice reform

For advocates, New York's new legal weed bill is a major victory against racist drug sentencing

Baltimore will no longer prosecute for drug possession, prostitution, or other low-level crimes after pandemic experiment 'success'

Secret misconduct records of 83,000 New York cops were made public over the objection of police unions

A new Kentucky bill would criminalize insulting or taunting a police officer

Virginia has moved closer to abolishing the death penalty in a watershed moment for the Southern state

'People in the Black community don't trust you anymore': 'The View' co-host Sunny Hostin confronted Van Jones about working with Trump

Read the email Expensify's CEO sent to customers on MLK Day outlining the company's plan to fight injustices with a 'highly experimental' crowdsourced campaign

Tarra Simmons, the first felon elected to Washington state's legislature, wants to give formerly incarcerated people a second chance

In the Minneapolis neighbourhood where George Floyd died, voters disagree with Biden on policing. But they're voting for him anyway.

Reform Alliance taps Amir Junaid Muhadith, formerly known as the rapper Loon, to serve on a new fellowship program, joining in efforts to revamp the US probation and parole systems

Biden and Harris have awful records. Trump is making it easy for me to vote for them anyway.

California just made it easier for inmate firefighters to become professionals, allowing them to have their nonviolent criminal records wiped clean

Schools that suspend more students have more of them end up in jail

Zero tolerance cancellations won't create a more just society

Spotify and Kim Kardashian West are teaming up for a podcast that will be exclusive to the streaming service

Maya Moore already paved the way for athletes like Kyrie Irving who are 'willing to give up everything' for social justice reform

If politicians are serious about fighting the pandemic, there's a clear way to do it: release people from jail