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November 2021

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Vox: A criminal justice expert’s guide to donating effectively

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November 2021

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Inside Philanthropy: With More Donors, Open Philanthropy is Spinning Its Criminal Justice Reform Work into a New Fund

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November 2021

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Our Criminal Justice Reform Program Is Now an Independent Organization: Just Impact

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March 2021

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The Washington Post: Money can’t buy criminal justice reform. But it can fuel a movement.

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July 2020

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Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Philanthropy Now podcast: Open Philanthropy: How donors and philanthropists can support criminal justice reform

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September 2017

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Aftereffects: In the U.S., Evidence Says Doing More Time Typically Leads to More Crime After

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September 2017

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Incapacitation: How Much Does Putting People Inside Prison Cut Crime Outside?

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September 2017

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Deterrence Is De Minimis

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September 2017

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Reasonable Doubt: A New Look at Whether Prison Growth Cuts Crime

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May 2017

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May 2017 Update on Grant to Pew Charitable Trusts

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September 2016

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Maybe the Murder Rate Levelled Off This Year?

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March 2016

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Professor Angela Hawken, Associate Professor of Economics and Policy Analysis and James Q. Wilson Fellow, School of Public Policy, Pepperdine University; Founder and Director, BetaGov

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February 2016

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Supporting the Launch of the Alliance for Safety and Justice

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February 2016

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America’s Recently Heralded Urban “Crime Wave” May Already Have Peaked

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June 2015

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Dr. Allison DeFoor, Chairman, Florida State University Project on Accountable Justice (PAJ), and Deborrah Brodsky, Director, PAJ

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June 2015

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Incoming Program Officer for Criminal Justice Reform: Chloe Cockburn

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February 2015

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Adam Gelb, Director, Pew Public Safety Performance Project (PSPP), Pew Charitable Trusts (Pew); Jake Horowitz, Policy Director, Pew; Nicole Surber, Senior Director, Philanthropic Partnerships, Pew

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February 2015

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Mark Kleiman, Professor of Public Policy, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affair

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January 2015

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Beau Kilmer, Codirector, RAND Drug Policy Research Center and Professor, Frederick S. Pardee RAND Graduate School

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September 2014

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Joan Petersilia, Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

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July 2014

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Partnership with The Pew Charitable Trusts

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July 2014

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David Kennedy, Director, Center for Crime Prevention and Control, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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July 2014

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Tracy Meares, Walton Hale Hamilton Professor, Yale Law School

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July 2014

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Peter Wagner, Executive Director, Prison Policy Initiative

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May 2014

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Criminal Justice Reform

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