The War on Drugs Has a New General

March, 29th 2017 Blog

By Regan Hines[ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT THE HUFFINGTON POST]During the past several years, both the federal government and many states took important steps toward reducing some of the harms caused by the War on Drugs.These policy changes were adopted [...]

Trump’s Election And Criminal Justice Reform

November, 23rd 2016 Blog

[ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT THE HUFFINGTON POST] What can we expect from President-elect Trump when it comes to criminal justice reform? Even though overall crime rates are at historic lows, throughout Trump’s campaign he sounded reminiscent of Ric[...]

Incarcerating US Premieres at Nation’s Capital

September, 22nd 2016 Blog

On Thursday, September 15th, Incarcerating US premiered for a packed house at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C.13 The location for the first screening was fitting for a movie that shows the history and impact of the destructive policies th[...]

Incarceration Nation: How We Got Here

September, 15th 2016 Blog

An inside-the-Beltway law school lacks the stereotypical glamour of a movie premiere venue. But it makes sense when the movie tells the history—or at least one version of the history—of the policy decisions behind mass incarceration. The featu[...]

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