Justice Briefing

March 30, 2021
Battling COVID Vaccine Hesitancy in Jails

As jails across the country work to vaccinate their incarcerated populations, one Massachusetts county is making an effort to hear…

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March 23, 2021
How Structural Racism, Disproportionate Incarceration, and COVID-19 are Affecting the Health of Communities of Color

COVID-19 has magnified the impact that structural racism and disproportionate incarceration have had on the health of communities of color.…

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Apr

21
Reducing Structural Barriers to School and Work for People with Juvenile Records

Join us for a discussion exploring education- and employment-related collateral consequences for youth and what concrete steps state…

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Mar

23
How Structural Racism, Disproportionate Incarceration, and COVID-19 are Affecting the Health of Communities of Color

This conversation aims to provide important historical context about the relationship between racism, incarceration, and heath outcomes.

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March 11, 2021
Calculating Corrections Costs: The High Stakes of Probation and Parole

The first in our new #JusticeBriefingLive series, this event brings together experts from across the U.S. to explore challenges states face…

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February 17, 2021
Rethinking Competency to Stand Trial: A Complicated Road to Mental Health Treatment

The competency to stand trial process is designed to protect the rights of people who do not understand the charges…

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February 10, 2021
How One County Jail Maintains a 30% Population Drop

As county officials seek to create more social distancing in their jails, individual facilities have seen sharp population decreases since…

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