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Pass a justice bill as big as this moment Pass a justice bill as big as this moment

Pass a justice bill as big as this moment

(Van Jones, for CNN) After decades of failed policies, advocates and political leaders finally have swung open the door for fundamental reform in our criminal justice system. The U.S. Senate recently held a major hearing and a committee vote that... Read more
Alicia Keys laments 'heartless' justice system in reform pitch to Congress Alicia Keys laments 'heartless' justice system in reform pitch to Congress

Alicia Keys laments 'heartless' justice system in reform pitch to Congress

"We can no longer afford to be this cruel to our young," singer-songwriter tells congressional staffers at event with Senator Cory Booker and activist Van Jones. From time to time, celebrities visit Washington to join... Read more
Statement on Reps. Goodlatte, Conyers, Lee Bill Introduction Statement on Reps. Goodlatte, Conyers, Lee Bill Introduction

Statement on Reps. Goodlatte, Conyers, Lee Bill Introduction

#cut50 Hails Historic Week, U.S. House Introduces Bipartisan Reform Legislation ** See tweets from 90+ celebrities supporting #JusticeReformNow here: storify.com/cut_50/justicereformnow ** "Goodlatte's new bill and the SAFE Justice Act, which was introduced earlier this year,... Read more
Amy Schumer, Stephen Curry, Ed Norton, Russell Simmons, Shonda Rhimes, 90+ Celebs Join 130,000 Americans Demanding Criminal Justice Reform in 2015 Amy Schumer, Stephen Curry, Ed Norton, Russell Simmons, Shonda Rhimes, 90+ Celebs Join 130,000 Americans Demanding Criminal Justice Reform in 2015

Amy Schumer, Stephen Curry, Ed Norton, Russell Simmons, Shonda Rhimes, 90+ Celebs Join 130,000 Americans Demanding Criminal Justice Reform in 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 5, 2015 Contact:Alex Gudich, 415-240-2016, alex@cut50.orgMolly Haigh, 907-750-1999, molly@fitzgibbonmedia.comMichele Setteducato, 732-614-3818, michele@fitzgibbonmedia.com Amy Schumer, Stephen Curry, Ed Norton,Russell Simmons, Shonda Rhimes, 90+ Celebs Join 130,000 AmericansDemanding Criminal Justice Reform in 2015... Read more
Who’s Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In Who’s Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In

Who’s Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In

Written by Chris Peak for Care2 Republicans and Democrats created the problem, but both parties have a vital role to play in today’s criminal justice reform. It could be said that Van Jones is a... Read more
Criminal Justice Reform Is Imminent. Here's Why Criminal Justice Reform Is Imminent. Here's Why

Criminal Justice Reform Is Imminent. Here's Why

Activist Van Jones explains that the fight for change may not be a battle after all. Read more
Who's Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In Who's Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In

Who's Responsible for Mass Incarceration? Van Jones Weighs In

Republicans and Democrats created the problem, but both parties have a vital role to play in today's criminal justice reform. Read more
Highlights from 2015 Highlights from 2015

Highlights from 2015

It's been an amazing year for #cut50. Our work even received a "shout out" from President Obama during his historic address on criminal justice.  Read more
What Oprah Knows For Sure About the Power of Storytelling What Oprah Knows For Sure About the Power of Storytelling

What Oprah Knows For Sure About the Power of Storytelling

Why Oprah says that "there is power and meaning in everybody's story." Read more
The stars have aligned for real prison reform The stars have aligned for real prison reform

The stars have aligned for real prison reform

"If you do not yet believe that bipartisan criminal justice reform is possible inside the dysfunction of Washington, it is time to put away your doubts." Read more
 

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