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Category: The New Jim Crow

Campaign to End the New Jim Crow Trenton/Princeton: Chapter events in September

1. Regular chapter meetings are resuming. These are open to all, regardless of membership status. So please join us for our September meeting. Here are details – Campaign to End the New Jim Crow, Trenton/Princeton Chapter Meeting Tuesday, September 12 6:45…

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Max Anderson on prison reform

Here is a daunting array of reports about the awful state of prisons in the United States. Max Anderson of Stagecoach Ventures, a faith-based startup with new products, has curated these reports . Inspired by Michele Alexander’s The New Jim Crow, there…

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Daryl Atkinson: African Americans in the Criminal Justice System

Atkinson, a senior staff attorney at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, speaks with Left of Black host and Professor of Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University, Mark Anthony Neal, about mass…

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Criminal Justice Politics: December 8 and 11

Former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey will speak at a panel on The Role of Civil Society in Creating a More Effective Criminal Justice System on Monday, December 8, 4:30 p.m., Princeton University’s McCosh Hall. A documentary on McGreevey’s prison counseling program…

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15 to Life: Kenneth’s Story: December 3

A screening and discussion of the documentary “15 to Life:  Kenneth’s Story” will take place at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, a part of public television’s POV (Point of  View) series, the film…

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