Graph showing that Blacks are overrepresented in New Hampshire prisons and jails. The New Hampshire population is 0.70% Black, but the incarcerated population is 6.50% Black.

Data Source: U.S. Census 2000. (Graph: Peter Wagner, May 2004)

Graph is a part of Racial disparities in incarceration by state.

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  • February 9, 2016:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be in Providence Rhode Island to testify in support of H7400 and ending prison gerrymandering at the House Judiciary Committee.
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    Executive Director Peter Wagner, Legal Director Aleks Kajstura, and Policy and Communications Associate Alison Walsh will be at a press conference in Room 1A at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford to call for an end to prison gerrymandering in Connecticut.

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  • February 9, 2016:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner will be in Providence Rhode Island to testify in support of H7400 and ending prison gerrymandering at the House Judiciary Committee.
  • February 10, 2016:
    Executive Director Peter Wagner, Legal Director Aleks Kajstura, and Policy and Communications Associate Alison Walsh will be at a press conference in Room 1A at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford to call for an end to prison gerrymandering in Connecticut.

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