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This week we celebrate the liberation of 13 people who had collectively been incarcerated for 440 years. After a hard fought struggle at the Board of...
Amistad Law Project’s Statement on the September 2020 Public Hearings at the Board of Pardons Today we celebrate small progress at the Board of...
We are not new to struggle. We are not new to fighting the state, to the cost of antiblackness, to the harm of capitalism. We are writing this...
As much as “mass incarceration” and “criminal justice reform” have become common terms in American vernacular, one would think we know pretty-much all...
To Members of the Board of Pardons, We are heartened by signs of progress towards restoring the historic role of the Board of Pardons as a mechanism...