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Asm. Sydney Kamlager-Dove Pushing Law to End “Slavery” in California’s Prisons
March 4, 2021
For 24 years now, Samual Brown – who was convicted for attempted murder in Sacramento – has been serving time in California state prisons. Right now, he is at a correctional facility in Lancaster, a Los Angeles County town northeast of L.A.  While in prison, Brown says he has evolved. In addition to earning an associate degree, Brown will be awarded his B.A. from CSU Los Angeles in the Spring, graduating with a 4.0 GPA. ... read more »
Stopping the Exploitation of Prisoners and Their Families Requires More Comprehensive Solutions
December 9, 2020
2020 brought renewed global focus to issues of social justice in America.  From the racial disparities and inequities highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic to the killings of George Floyd and so many other Black and Brown Americans at the hands of police officers have all contributed to the evolving social justice “reckoning” across the nation. ... read more »
Nick Cannon Steps Up to Support Sons of Slain Sacramento Man 
March 28, 2019
Aiden Clark was only 2 years old and his little brother Cairo, 1, when two Sacramento police officers shot and killed their dad in March 2018.  ... read more »
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Malcolm Jenkins Sets the Record Straight on NFL Protests
June 14, 2018
Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins furthered the conversation on the NFL protest without even speaking. Last week during the franchises media availability, Jenkins explained to journalists the reasoning behind why athletes like Colin Kaepernick chose to take a knee, ... read more »
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