GJP’s Policy Director & Attorney, Marissa McCall Dodson, is featured in the Daily Report’s article, “Panel Explores When to Expunge Records”. Read the full article here.
See how the Housing Authority of New Orleans is taking steps to eliminate barriers to affordable housing and employment for those with criminal histories. Read the full article here.
Read the full article from the Wall Street Journal here.
“We’ve read a lot the past few years about how disproportionately African-Americans have been hit by the recession and weak recovery – the unemployment rate for blacks is still around 13 percent, far above the national average. Well, today comes a … Continue reading
“Across much of the country, sealing or clearing a criminal record after a wrongful conviction is a tangled and expensive process, advocates and former prisoners say. It can take years of appeals to courts and pleas to governors to wipe … Continue reading
AJC’s recent article, “Georgia to Focus on Inmate Rehabilitation”, discusses the efforts Governor Deal is putting forth to transition inmates into society after serving their time in prison by offering job training for inmates. GJP’s Doug Ammar states in the … Continue reading