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Report: poor black women evicted as much as black men are incarcerated

By BYP @blackyouthproj 4:51 pm November 4, 2014 According to a recent report released by the MacArthur Foundation, poor black women are evicted as much as black men are incarcerated. The study also found that for various reasons, low-income women are evicted at much higher rates than men. 

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Report: black men no better off than they were in 1970s

By BYP @blackyouthproj 2:32 pm July 16, 2014 According to a recent report, black men are no better off than they were in the 1970s. The report, The Prison Boom and the Lack of Black Progress after Smith and Welch, analyzed data collected by the U.S. Census from 1940 to 1980 to document important relative black […]

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Study: Eviction rates for black women comparable to black male incarceration

By BYP @blackyouthproj 11:30 am June 19, 2014 A recent study released by the MacArthur Foundation found that while black men face disproportionately high rates of incarceration, black women are disproportionately evicted from their homes. In a given year, approximately 16,000 adults and children are evicted in Milwaukee from approximately, 6,000 housing units. 

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After 8 years, inmates still waiting for trial

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By BYP @blackyouthproj 3:15 pm April 22, 2014 Two men who have been in Mississippi’s Hinds County Detention Center for seven years and eight years without going to trial had known mental health issues when they were incarcerated. They are among nearly 130 inmates have been in the detention center for at least a year […]

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Study: parental incarceration worsens disparities between black and white children

By BYP @blackyouthproj 11:08 am April 22, 2014 Two sociologists have concluded that parental incarceration plays a role in childhood inequality.  The study, which appears in the book  Children of the Prison Boom: Mass Incarceration and the Future of American Inequality, was conducted by Sara Wakefield of Rutgers University-Newark and Christopher Wildeman of Yale University. 

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Report: Florida charges more kids as adults than any other state, black youth disproportionately affected

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By BYP @blackyouthproj 11:25 am April 14, 2014 According to a new report, Florida charges juveniles as adults more that any other state. The report, released by Human Rights Watch reveals that more than 12,000 children have been moved from the juvenile to adult court system in the past five years. 

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The Fight For Black Men

An amazing Newsweek article by Joshua DuBios highlights the struggles of black men in America, and the horrific consequences of their large-scale incarceration. According to the article, there are more black men incarcerated, on probation, or on parole than there were slaves in the 1850s.

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Sesame Street Teaches Kids About Incarceration

By Summer M. 12:30 pm June 12, 2013 We talked a lot about the criminal justice system and prison industrial complex, especially as it pertains to black youth. The astronomical number of people who have been incarcerated and the effects their imprisonment has on those individuals, their families, and the communities they leave and sometimes […]

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Dear Thurgood Marshall Jr, Why Are You On The Board Of Directors For CCA?

Kim Moore wants to know why Thurgood Marshall Jr. sits on the board of directors for CCA (Corrections Corporation of America): “Having all this information, carrying your fathers last name and legacy, I must ask, are you betting on or against black men?”

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Open Society Foundations Announce 2013 Soros Justice Fellows

The Open Society Foundations has announced an award of $1.2 million to the 2013 cohort of Soros Justice Fellows. The fellows, a mix of emerging and established leaders, include investigative journalists, lawyers, grassroots organizers, policy advocates, and scholars.

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