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  • report thumbnail Where people in prison come from: The geography of mass incarceration in Rhode Island Prison Policy Initiative, the Redistricting Data Hub (Peter Horton and Spencer Nelson), Common Cause Rhode Island, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island, October, 2023“In Providence, the neighborhoods with the highest incarceration rates in 2020 are also the neighborhoods that were "redlined" in the mid-20th century...becoming home to predominantly non-white residents.”
  • Barred from working: A Nationwide Study of Occupational Licensing Barriers for Ex-Offenders Institute for Justice, May, 2020“Six states--Alabama, Alaska, Nevada, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont--were tied for last, receiving a zero on a 100-point scale for their lack of protections for felons seeking licenses.”
  • 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.)
  • The School-to-Prison Pipeline in Black and White ACLU of Rhode Island, February, 2015“During the 2011-2012 school year, for example, black students comprised over 16% of suspensions statewide - more than twice their student population.”
  • Real Impacts: The actual results of Rhode Island's new policy that charges 17-year-olds as adults Rhode Island Family Life Center, October, 2007“[A]lthough it was not an explicit intention of the bill, one of the most important outcomes is that these juveniles will now have adult records, seriously limiting them as they become adults.”
  • Issue Brief on the Impact of Incarceration & Reentry: Rhode Island's Shrinking Black Electorate Rhode Island Right to Vote Campaign, February, 2005
  • Taxation Without Representation: Why Rhode Island needs to restore voting rights to people with felony convictions living in our communities Rhode Island Right to Vote Campaign, 2005
  • Political Punishment: The Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement for Rhode Island Communities Rhode Island Family Life Center, September, 2004

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