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Mother's Day - Women and Prison

5/10/2019
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Many thanks to Kimberly Haven, Katie Allston and Carol Ann Hartman for an incredible conversation with our intern, Madeline Titus, on the experiences of mothers before, and after, prison.

Duration:00:28:20

Commodifying Black Bodies: from Slavery to Mass Incarceration

12/20/2018
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“I walked into this thing seeing race and race relations and systemic racism, knowing that’s going to be at the top of the list of things I’m going to come out with when I have topics to talk about later - but never thinking of how much of a commodity these slaves were and how that transferred to the mass incarceration era - and how much of a commodity, apparently, I was during that time.” Marcus Bullock in conversation with Marc Schindler

Duration:00:10:02

Maryland Omnibus Crime Bill, SB122

4/3/2018
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State Specialist Keith Wallington discusses the Maryland Omnibus Crime Bill, SB 122, as it heads to the House Judiciary Committee for a vote on April 3, 2018.

Duration:00:12:53

School Resource Officers with Marc Schindler

3/15/2018
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Join Executive Director Marc Schindler for a conversation on the call for increased funding and presence of school resource officers as a response to deadly school shootings.

Duration:00:09:59

Bail Reform January 2018

1/28/2018
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Listen to Executive Director Marc Schindler and Director of Policy and Research Jason Ziedenberg discuss the current state of bail and pretrial reform. Right now there is a shift in the system from a reliance on money and resources to decide who stays in jail and who doesn't, to making sure the only reasons people are held in jail pretrial is due to them being a risk to public safety or a risk not to appear in court.

Duration:00:08:10