RESOURCE TOOLKIT: Take Action to End Mass Criminalization & Incarceration

Criminal Justice Reform

Our criminal legal system is hurting us. The U.S. represents just 5 percent of the world’s population, but it represents nearly 25 percent of the world’s prison population. The overuse of probation and parole, use of mandatory sentences, use of
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To End Environmental Racism, We Must Prioritize Frontline Communities

Climate Change, Racial Justice

Historic injustices have resulted in higher air pollution exposure for Black people and other people of color, baking in long-lasting health issues that their white peers do not face in the same numbers. We need systemic solutions that prioritize the voices and concerns of frontline communities.
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Comment on the Education Department’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Docket ID ED-2021-OPE-0077)

Student Debt

It’s crucial the Department intentionally seeks out, includes, and centers the voices of the borrowers who are struggling the most to make ends meet, most disproportionately harmed by the student debt crisis, and systemically and historically have received the fewest resources.
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