Young Men of Color and the Other Side of Harm
Attention is increasingly being paid to the disparities young men of color face in our society, including their disproportionate involvement in the criminal justice system as those responsible for crime.
Little recognition, however, is given to the fact that young men of color are also disproportionately victims of crime and violence.
Restorative Justice: Why Do We Need It?
There is a group of people who need us to end mass incarceration more than almost any other: crime survivors.
The idea may sound incongruous. If it does, it is largely because we have a myth in this country that we incarcerate people who commit violence because that’s what victims want.
Common Justice: Responding to Violence Without Incarceration
With the 2020 Democratic presidential primary heating up, we are already seeing criminal justice as one of the most controversial and important issues in progressive circles.
Common Justice Executive Director Danielle Sered talks with Dean Obeidallah
Common Justice’s Executive Director Danielle Sered talks with the "Dean of Radio," Dean Obeidallah on Sirius XM. They discuss how Common Justice was created, the merits of restorative justice and the importance of rethinking our traditional conceptions of criminal justice.