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Open Letter: Jackie Lacey Must Stop Relying on Law Enforcement Officers with Histories of Misconduct, Dishonesty, & Racism to Prosecute L.A. County Residents

Every Day, prosecutors across Los Angeles County depend on law enforcement officers to prove cases against community members. Precinct reports, officer observations, and police testimony are commonly considered by judges and juries as the strongest pieces of evidence against the

July 22, 2019 Criminal Justice and Drug Policy Reform Police Practices

Fighting for Black Trans Women this Pride and Beyond

This Pride weekend, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, let's march, let's celebrate, let's party. But first let us remember today and always that the lives of Black trans people, and specifically the lives of Black trans women, matter. Let's recognize and memorialize

June 28, 2019 LGBTQ Rights

America, It Is Time to Talk About Reparations

We are two months away from the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved people arriving in what would become the United States of America. It is time to renew the public discussion about reparations to descendants of Africans who were enslaved as our country was forming and growing rich.

June 19, 2019 Economic Justice

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