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  • Today, California is arguably the epicenter of a revolution in Islamic political and legal thinking. What we might call a '' California spring'' flows not from Islamic scholars and intellectuals, nor ... shared their stories with us are actively rethinking justice , unpacking identities, and navigating porous boundaries between ...
  • ... the law, so we have a responsibility to condemn the racist criminal justice system of which we are a part," said Loyola Law School Professor and ...
  • ... schools and communities, produced in partnership with the California Endowment.   "Who or what inspires you to be your best ... leader, frames RJ as a means to shut down the "school to prison pipeline." RJ might help to do this in several ways. Because RJ is a ...
  • ... of these conditions. In 2009, a three-judge court issued a prison release order to compensate for the problem and if the Supreme Court ... at http://www.highwaysperformance.org/ with two more shows : Friday, February 4 at 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 5 at 8:30 p.m. ...
  • By introducing prison inmates to everything from drama to dance through the innovative Arts-in-Corrections program, the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and ... his release in 2008. “My intent was to be a bum, a criminal . I had no thoughts of making it out of there.” But as he delved ...
  • The California's Arts-in-Corrections program administers platforms for bringing visual, performing, literary, and media arts to state prison inmates. [scald=75577:kl_image_original_context ... prisons . Then, after they leave, there'll be a two-week break for the inmates to practice what they've learned, and then another ...
  • The recidivism rate at this San Quentin State Prison is remarkably low, and much of that can be credited to a successful ... vegetable garden behind prison walls. They helped break up asphalt on prison grounds, constructed a perimeter fence, filled ...
  • ... schools and communities, produced in partnership with the California Endowment.Imagine that you come home one day and find that your ... do not rely on punishment. There is emerging research that shows that punitive measures such as arrest, incarceration, and suspensions ...
  • ... sentenced, with the father, Gene, receiving four years in prison plus $40,000 in fines. This fiasco cost taxpayers $170,000 to clean up ... cliché reworked in many B-rated films, television shows , video games and other paltry fictions.   "Senseless violence, the ...
  • Proposition 47 is intended to confront prison overcrowding and help keep residents in school and out of jail. The ... from a judge. Proposition 47 is intended to confront prison overcrowding and help keep residents in school and out of jail. The ...

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