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4 Ways LGBT People and People Living with HIV Are Victimized in the Criminal Justice System

Crossposted from Lambda Legal, a 90 Million Strong Campaign Partner. This blog was originally posted for National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. National Crime Victims’ Rights Week started in 1981 to increase public awareness of the rights of crime victims and services available to victims of a crime. This blog post
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The Death Penalty: A Symbol of Which Lives Matter, and Which Lives Don’t

By Frank R. Baumgartner, Professor of Political Science, UNC-Chapel Hill NOTE: As our nation grapples with the harsh reality that our criminal justice system operates very differently depending upon the race of the people involved, two new reports shed more light on the problem – one by Common Justice and another
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The Death Penalty: “Arbitrary, Capricious and Cruel”

By Nan Aron Every year, for more than two decades, Alliance for Justice has produced a short documentary on a major social justice issue. The films are seen by thousands of people every year. We’ve done hundreds of interviews with people in all walks of life covering issues ranging from affordable housing to
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