The Case for Diversion / Race and Justice in America
Interview with Danielle Sered, Director of Common Justice, with Scott Stossel, The Atlantic
Black Men Who Are Crime Victims Have Few Places To Turn
Advocates for survivors of violent crime say there are too few credible programs to help black men — and they're trying to change that.
Black Wounds Matter
from The New Yorker
For most of the past three decades, crime victims’ stories have often been invoked in public forums—in courtrooms, newsrooms, and congressional hearings—to urge a “tough on crime” agenda, including the push for stricter sentencing laws. But recently,