Weekly Digest #36

Freedom for Ronnie Long is near after 44 years Prosecutors Are Not Exempt from Criticism “What Kind of Society Are We Building?”: Durham DA Satana Deberry on Prosecuting Like a Progressive How to Abolish the Police, According to Josie Duffy Rice Can...
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OCTOBER 2, 2020 10 AM to 3 PM (Eastern Time) “The Roles of Prosecutor and Public Defender in Criminal Justice Reform” A virtual symposium presented by the North Carolina Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities (NC CRED) in collaboration with the National...

Weekly Digest #35

Amicus Brief in Support of NC Felony Disenfranchisement Lawsuit Supreme Court ruling shows why NC must end its racist death penalty A Growing Number of State Courts Are Confronting Unconscious Racism In Jury Selection Hope for People Who Say Racism Tainted Their Death...

Weekly Digest #34

Reforms in the local criminal justice system aim to address racial disparities Fear of a Black Uprising: Confronting the white pathologies that shape racist policing ‘That’s why we have clemency,’ says legislator on calls for governor to free Ronnie Long Supreme Court...

Weekly Digest #33

A Vast Racial Gap in Death Penalty Cases, New Study Finds Gaston County, NC Approves Plan to Relocate Confederate Statue NC traffic Stop Data Shows Fewer Stops, Racial Disparity Remains Forsyth Co., NC Sheriff Apologizes to Family of Inmate Who Died After Being...