The Rosenberg Foundation is pleased to announce the 2018 Justice in California publication, which highlights the bold ideas, strategies and visions of the next generation of progressive movement leaders in the areas of criminal justice, immigrant rights and racial justice.
Each month, we will share thought pieces by visionary — and indeed unconventional — leaders and advocates who are working tirelessly to tackle the deep barriers to opportunity for communities of color and low-income communities, and change the odds for people in California and around the country. The first piece, by Raj Jayadev, director and cofounder of Silicon Valley De-Bug and the Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project, focuses on the urgent need to reform the unjust money bail system.
As always, our hope for Justice in California is that it will inform our public conversation on how best to realize our common dreams for justice and equality in California and beyond. Read and share Justice in California, and check back every month throughout the year for a new blog post from innovative leaders on promising solutions to some of our most pressing problems.