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Deron Dalton: NYC's Ongoing Denial of the 'Central Park Five' Is a Disservice to Black, Latino Men

United States / New York : Huffington Post: New York Blog

As New York City continues to deny the Central Park Five compensation for six to 13 years each served in prison, denial of any wrongdoing and the racist injustice of the criminal justice system within this case is actually a continu...

The Media and the Central Park 5

Ethnicity & Race / African American : The Root

"Central Park Five" Film Makes Journalists' Guilt Clear "The Central Park Five" has been a book, a theatrical movie and a PBS film that aired last month, indicting the news media as well as police and prosecutors in each iteration. ...

Will Trump's fearmongering scuttle criminal justice reform?

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Just when we finally seemed to be getting some bipartisan Capitol Hill consensus around criminal justice reform, Donald Trump is complicating the effort with his constant insistence that immigrants are "murderers" and "rapists," and...

What Criminal Justice Reform Could Look Like Under President Trump

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

Five ways our criminal justice system may -- or may not -- change during a Trump presidency. The post What Criminal Justice Reform Could Look Like Under President Trump appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Where Hillary Clinton stands on criminal justice

Politics : Business Insider: Politix

The US locks up more of its citizens than any other country, so it's no surprise that mass incarceration and criminal-justice reform have become prominent issues on the presidential campaign trail. Democratic presidential nominee Hi...

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