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  • We All Pay: Mississippi's Harmful Habitual Laws FWD.us, November, 2019“Despite making up 13 percent of the state's population,75 percent of the people with 20+ year habitual sentences are Black men.”
  • Decarceration Strategies: How 5 States Achieved Substantial Prison Population Reductions The Sentencing Project, September, 2018(This report summarizes key strategies and practices used by Connecticut, Michigan, Mississippi, Rhode Island, and South Carolina to reduce their prison populations, followed by extensive reviews for each of the five states.)
  • Mississippi's 2014 Corrections and Criminal Justice Reform Pew's Public Safety Performance Project, May, 2014“...nonviolent offenders and those revoked for probation or parole violations accounted for a large and growing share of Mississippi's prison population.”
  • Handcuffs on Success The Extreme School Discipline Crisis in Mississippi Public Schools Advancement Project, American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi, Mississippi State Conference of the NAACP, Mississippi Coalition for the Prevention of Schoolhouse to Jailhouse, January, 2013“Extreme and destructive approaches to school discipline not only have directly harmed students and families, but also have caused teachers, law enforcement officials, and community members to have their lives and careers made more difficult.”
  • States Report Reductions in Recidivism Council of State Governments Justice Center, September, 2012“This brief highlights significant statewide recidivism reductions achieved in Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and Vermont.”
  • Assembly Line Justice: Mississippi's Indigent Defense Crisis NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, February, 2003
  • Education vs. Incarceration: A Mississippi case study Grassroots Leadership, May, 2002

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