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Publisher Description

This book describes a six-year listening project on reentry that took place at the crest of an unusual wave of bipartisan criminal justice reform in Georgia, one of our most punishing states. We listened to over 200 people: formerly incarcerated men and women, families, defense lawyers, activists, employers, chaplains, juvenile courts and justice officials, diversion courts, prosecutors, judges, community supervision officers, commissioners of corrections and community corrections, and legislators involved with criminal justice reform. By bringing them together here, we hope that new stories can come into being, stories that acknowledge the lasting harms of both mass incarceration and crime and our capacities for remorse and change as individuals and as a society.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2020
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,014
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wising Up Press
SELLER
Universal Table
SIZE
9.4
MB

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