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New research from Vanderbilt University looks at the effects of mass incarceration on a little studied population: formerly imprisoned African-American men.

Criminal injustice: Wounds from incarceration that never heal

Is Charles Koch a closet liberal? Not hardly. But he’s for rolling back the war on drugs, ending mass incarceration, and letting former convicts vote. | The Marshall Project

But he’s for rolling back the war on drugs, ending mass incarceration, and letting former convicts vote.

From incarceration to reentry: The importance of higher education | Danny Murillo

From Incarceration to Reentry: The Importance of Higher Education

From incarceration to reentry: The importance of higher education | Danny Murillo

We demand independent Black political power and Black self-determination in all areas of society. We envision a remaking of the current U.S. political system in order to create a real democracy where Black people and all marginalized people can effectively …

We demand economic justice for all and a reconstruction of the economy to ensure Black communities have collective ownership, not merely access. This includes: A progressive restructuring of tax codes at the local, state, and federal levels to ensure a …

Earning a Degree in Jail: Karl Marx, Aristotle, & Strip Searches | Timothy Nash | HuffPost Blog

This Prisoner Endures Loss of Dignity -- and Strip Searches -- to Get a Degree

Earning a Degree in Jail: Karl Marx, Aristotle, & Strip Searches

Preying on Prisoners | The Marshall Project

preying on prisoners: In Texas, staffers rarely go to jail for sexually abusing…

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From the D.O.C. to Doc: The Role of Education in My Incarceration

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Feb. 29, 2016 - NewYorkTimes.com - Editorial: HIV’s toll on black and Latino men

H.I.V.’s Toll on Black and Latino Men

Infection rates can be curbed even among these disproportionately affected groups.

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