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Far too many people are incarcerated in the United States and in Virginia. According to the Prison Policy Initiative, nearly 70,000 people were incarcerated in Virginia in 2018 – more than the entire population of cities such as Harrisonburg, Charlottesville and Blacksburg.October 30, 2019 Criminal Justice
Efforts to prevent employment discrimination across the country are a patchwork of federal and state law protections and enforcement.October 22, 2019 Equality & Sex Discrimination
We aspire to form a more perfect union.July 16, 2019
We Are Better Together.July 16, 2019
The ACLU of Virginia demands racial justice. African Americans are over represented in our jails and prisons due to excessive and disproportionate enforcement of specific crimes. Then our state constitution permanently denies the right to vote to those convicted of felonies.July 16, 2019 Criminal Justice
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