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TIME.com - How Meek Mill Became the Face of Criminal Justice Reform

Jessica Jackson Sloan, national director of #cut50 was quoted in Melissa Chan's piece on TIME.com about how Meek Mill came to symbolize and accelerate the call for criminal justice reform.

“The silver lining in Meek’s incarceration — and it’s hard to find one when anyone goes to prison — is the amount of attention he has shone on this issue,” said Jessica Jackson Sloan, the national director of the #Cut50, a group co-founded by Van Jones to reduce crime and incarceration rates. “It’s so much more than Meek."

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  • Matthew Finnighan
    commented 2019-05-13 08:20:56 -0700
    I think this is the right decision. let’s see what will happen in a couple of years, I have been following his actions for a long time and I study his behavior. This is more of a cost of professionalism since I recently graduated from a university with a diploma of political science. I take notes and collect data, it seems to me that in the future everything will change!
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