Temporary guaranteed income would provide the economic stability necessary to make reintegration more likely while providing benefits to taxpayers.
Lucius Couloute Jun 09, 2021
Radical change requires developing alternatives to probation that do not steer people into prison.
Fiona Doherty May 04, 2021
Health, Place, And Covid-19 Vaccines: Why Geography Matters For Equity And Public Health Now, And Once Vaccines Are Widely Available
A novel place-based approach to COVID vaccine allocation could reduces inequities, even as states have adopted differing allocation frameworks.
Harald Schmidt Mar 18, 2021
The DOJ and its power to unilaterally shape the federal criminal legal system, should be a driving force for dramatic, high-impact change.
Executive Summary In the days and weeks following the murder of George Floyd, people throughout the United States organized and protested against racist systems of policing, criminalization, and incarceration. Some called for defunding and abolishing entire police departments, while others demanded more incremental policing reforms. But across the board, a common theme emerged: the police, […]
Maria Hawilo Aug 11, 2020
Executive Summary On March 27, we warned about the urgent need for decarceration of jails and prisons to prevent large-scale outbreaks of COVID-19 that would lead to severe illness and death, both within facilities and beyond their walls. Since then, our fears have been realized. On April 5, Michael Tyson, age 53, was the first […]
Jun 09, 2020
Executive Summary Even before the pandemic, the United States was in the midst of a homelessness crisis that ensnares more than a million people every year. This year, with a coronavirus-induced economic crisis, that number will likely grow as unemployment hits record levels and people living paycheck-to-paycheck, already in a state of housing insecurity, can […]