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Voting Is A Right, Not A Privilege by DORSEY NUNN (First appearing in Counterpunch, 1/09/13) In the final weeks of the 2012 campaign, I had the privilege of traveling to Pennsylvania with a national delegation of The Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted … Continue reading
Prison Policy Initiative graphic shows how the criminal justice system is used to reinforce political power.
‘Get out the vote’ efforts go behind bars into LA’s jails By Rina Palta | From 89.3 KPCC ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images The iconic Twin Towers Correctional Facility stands just northeast of L.A.’s skyline. In the last few weeks before the Presidential election, “get … Continue reading