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Social justice is a “we” thing, not an “I” thing. Whether it’s a demonstration, a letter to Congress, a social media campaign or a letter to the editor, it’s the active involvement of thousands of CCR supporters that moves our work forward.
The Policing Project at NYU is conducting a survey and public comment period for the policy. We especially encourage those who have been impacted by the NYPD’s unlawful and discriminatory policing practices to participate – no one knows better how to structure policing reforms than those who have...
Another layer of secrecy has been peeled away from the post 9/11 CIA Torture Program: Declassified notes taken by CCR attorneys detailing the torture of our client Majid Khan are now public . With more and more evidence and startling examples of CIA savagery and treachery, how can President Obama...
Stand with CCR in demanding that the Department of Justice uphold due process and treatment in the Communications Management Units and the federal prison system. In 2006 and 2008, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP or “Bureau”) secretly created the Communications Management Units (CMUs), prison...
Most of the work being done towards police reform in the wake of our Floyd v. City of New York victory – where a federal court ruled that the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk program is unconstitutional and racially discriminatory – has been behind the scenes so far, but a central piece of the reform effort,...

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June 11, 2015