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Highlighting Women in Criminal Justice Reform: Holly Harris

Folks on both sides of the aisle agree – we need meaningful criminal justice reform. But getting Republicans and Democrats to work together on this issue is a great feat, and it’s exactly what put Holly Harris on our list

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Letter to South Dakota Legislative Leadership on Juvenile Justice

An Interview with DeMario Davis

DeMario Davis is a star NFL linebacker with the New Orleans Saints. At the height of his career, Davis instills fear in the hearts of quarterbacks everywhere. He is also an activist, fighting to improve America’s broken criminal justice system.

An Interview with Pat Nolan at CPAC 2019

Pat Nolan is interviewed by Debra Saunders of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He shares a brief history of his extensive background working in the criminal justice reform realm, what inspired him to become involved in this area, and offers insight

A Conversation on Criminal Justice Reform w/ Van Jones & Matt Schlapp

President Trump recently signed the first major criminal justice reform bill in decades. Known as the First Step Act, the legislation changes the way prisons operate. It also reduces some of the harshest sentencing provisions. Matt Schlapp and Van Jones

Highlighting Women in Criminal Justice Reform: Mary Fallin

As part of Women’s History Month, we are continuing to highlight women who have made a real difference in advancing conservative criminal justice reform. Former Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is a real champion of criminal justice reform on the state