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16 May 2017
Your American Dream Score
20 March 2018
A landmark win for the right to assemble and protest, in South Africa and beyond
16 February 2018
The murder of Temistocles Machado: Human rights defenders in Colombia are still under threat
30 January 2018
What inequality looks like around the world—and how to fight it
17 January 2018
Justice over greatness: A new year's reflection
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Program Associate, Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice
Attitudes around drug use are changing and the "War on Drugs" has failed—especially in communities of color. Updated policy is needed to create a more humane drug policy.
Program Officer, Natural Resources and Climate Change
Program Officer, Future of Work
Eric K. Ward,
Program Officer, Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice
Foundation staff weigh in on Obama's final State of the Union, and his takes on criminal justice reform, raising the minimum wage, climate change, discrimination, and inequality
There is genuine momentum to examine justice issues and bipartisan interest in reassessing corrections at both the state and federal level.
A group from Ford traveled to Selma to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.