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The Virginia NAACP’s (Mobile) Case for Criminal Justice Reform

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The Virginia NAACP is sending mobile billboards around downtown Richmond, highlighting America’s high rate of incarceration and the disparity between spending on prisons and schools. The billboards are intended to drum up support for Sen. Jim Webb’s National Criminal Justice Commission Act. Local TV coverage here (also the source of these screen shots). Another after the jump:

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  1. This is a national campaign. Ben Jealous discusses on Criminal Justice Conversations http://www.law.berkeley.edu/9399.htm

    John M

    September 27, 2010 at 7:34 pm


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