Justice and Equity

An Exhibition Celebrates the Legacy of Jamestown

"20 and Odd: The 400-Year Anniversary of 1619" at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery commemorates the arrival of the first Africans in the American colonies.

News and Research

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The Path Forward

This new print and digital publication from Columbia Law School addresses criminal justice reform.

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Launching EXiT: Executives Transforming Probation and Parole

The Justice Lab's Probation and Parole Reform Project has started a new initiative aimed at making the parole and probation system less punitive.

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The Case for Counting Children in a Carbon Tax Dividend Plan

A new study from the Center on Poverty and Social Policy found that providing carbon dividends to all adults and children would reduce poverty.


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ReEntry Acceleration Program

The Tamer Center's initiative ReEntry Acceleration Program helps formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter the workforce.

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Jerrell Daniels, Justice-In-Education Scholar

"What prosecutors and incarcerated people can learn from each other." Jerrell Daniels speaks about his experience in a class in prison with both incarcerated individuals and prosecutors.