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Tag: Criminal Justice Reform

Education Department to Expand Second Chance Pell Experiment

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced it would expand the Second Chance Pell Experiment for the 2022-2023 award year. In December 2020, lawmakers lifted...

Law Schools Commit to Furthering Anti-Racist Training, Addressing Inequity

Law schools, perhaps more than any other institutions in higher education, are in a unique position to address structural racism and effect meaningful societal...

Restoring Inmate Access to Pell Grants is an Important Step in...

Prisoners across the U.S. have a greater chance of achieving a bright future thanks to a recent decision by Congress to reinstate inmate access...

NYU Professor Makes History as First Black ACLU President

Deborah Archer, a New York University (NYU) School of Law professor, was named the eighth president of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on...

Biden Signs Executive Actions to Address Racial Equity

President Joe Biden signed a series of executive actions on Tuesday that aim to advance racial equity policies throughout several departments of the federal...

Law Schools Have Started a Criminal Justice Reform Movement

Criminal justice reform is one of the most pivotal and divisive issues in the U.S. today. Mass incarceration, overworked public defenders, and a lack of rehabilitation...