October 2, 2019

Creating a Continuum of Care for the Formerly Incarcerated

September 29, 2019

Justice, Jails, and Juries: How Collaborations Are Improving Criminal Justice Systems in the South

A conversation with Will Snowden, Director of the New Orleans office for the Vera Institute of Justice.
September 27, 2019

The Juvenile Crime Dilemma: Reducing Juvenile Crime and Recidivism

It is widely understood that adolescence is a period of development through exploration, experimentation and engagement with risky behaviors. In order to prevent and/or intervene with […]
September 18, 2019

Electing DA’s as the Vehicles of Change

In this section, Real Justice will talk about the work that they have done across the country electing progressive DA’s. This section will talk about the […]
August 29, 2019

The Most Vulnerable Among Us: A Discussion on the Civil Rights of Women Incarcerated and Detained in Louisiana

Louisiana’s many prisons jails and detention centers across the state are currently the tragic host of two displaced populations: incarcerated women whose permanent facility in St. […]
August 29, 2019

Barriers to Second Chances

Barriers to Second Chances will provide insight on experiences from first hand experiences as a clinician’s and non profit organization perspective. We will explore rational and […]
August 18, 2019

Civil Rights of Louisiana’s Youth

The Children’s Rights Practice Group of the Southern Poverty Law Center has identified three priority areas in which it devotes its work through litigation public advocacy […]
August 11, 2019

After Cash Bail

On any given day thousands of local jails across America are filled with people who cannot afford cash bail. While the wealthy can typically pay bail […]
August 11, 2019

Building Political Power and Voice Through Organized Prosecutor Accountability Campaigns

Prosecutors exercise nearly unfettered power and discretion in our criminal legal system. Nationally a tactic in the broader strategies to reduce mass incarceration and drive truly […]