Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem

This important documentary reveals the ways in which the misdemeanor system has led to the incarceration and deaths of countless people of color, in the United States. George Floyd and Eric Garner are among those lost. 13 million (or 80%) of all criminal cases are misdemeanors. This is the story of how crime is racialized.[…]

NWBI Tackles Criminal Justice Reform

Northwest Bronx Indivisible’s January meeting was a fascinating town hall on criminal justice reform. In a wide-ranging discussion, panelists Roger Clark, Filipe Vargas, Marty Galvin, and Anisah Sabur (bios are here) addressed two recently implemented laws making significant revisions to the criminal justice process in New York State: the bail reform law, and a law[…]

Next NWBI Meeting to Address Criminal Justice Reform

Save the date for Northwest Bronx Indivisible’s January meeting: Sunday, January 19th. In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we will address a subject that has an inordinate impact on African-Americans: the urgent need for criminal justice reform. Our broken criminal justice system is capable of destroying lives; yet for many of us, it remains[…]

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