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August 2, 2018


Reform L.A. Jails Coalition Makes History and Turns in Over 246K Signatures

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August 2, 2018


Civil Rights Groups Call for Reforms on Use of Algorithms to Determine Bail Risk

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July 31, 2018


Company Won’t Pay More Than $5,000 After Pesticide Exposure Sickens 17 Farmworkers

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July 18, 2018


‘We can do better.’ Staff members ask county to keep low-income health services

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July 16, 2018


Judge: L.A. County Sheriff Violated Law by Holding Thousands on ICE Detainers

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July 13, 2018


Black Lives Matter was born five years ago today. Is America better off?

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July 13, 2018


We Founded Black Lives Matter 5 Years Ago Today. We’re Still Going.

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July 4, 2018


For Survivors of Domestic Violence, Gaining Asylum Just Got Tougher

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July 3, 2018


Citizenship application backlog ‘skyrocketed’ to near 730,000 under Trump, report finds

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June 28, 2018


“Future IDs”: A New Art Exhibition Reimagines a Talisman of Institutional Power

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June 27, 2018


ICE Raids at Work May Keep Undocumented Workers Silent on Safety

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June 26, 2018


Investigation sought into sexual abuse allegations at Texas immigrant detention center

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June 25, 2018


Statement on Family Separation and Detention

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June 25, 2018


Prop 47 is helping lower California’s recidivism rate

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June 21, 2018


Lawsuit Alleges Teen’s Detention Extended Because Probation Officer Assumed He And His Twin Were The Same Person

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June 11, 2018


Patrisse Cullors On The ‘Legacy Of Queer Black Women’ This Pride Month

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June 5, 2018


Growing Pains: Guest Farm Workers Face Exploitation, Dangerous Conditions

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June 4, 2018


Criminal Justice Reform Takes Center Stage With Bernie Sanders, Shaun King and Patrisse Cullors

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May 30, 2018


SoCal immigrant advocates denounce ‘gotcha’ arrests

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May 24, 2018


The Fight Against Cash Bail Is Officially Mainstream

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May 22, 2018


What Will Jerry Brown’s Departure Mean for Criminal Justice in California?

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May 21, 2018


Activists rally in Fresno after sheriff tells Trump sanctuary state laws are a ‘disgrace’

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May 19, 2018


Rams inspire troubled teens on visit to Ventura Youth Correctional Facility

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May 17, 2018


The New Census Should Be On Every Black Americans To-Do List And Here’s Why

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May 11, 2018


A Fight to Free Oakland Mamas for Mother’s Day — and End California’s Unfair Bail System

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May 11, 2018


Temporary Protected Status Recipients and Their Families Are Suing the Government

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May 8, 2018


Celebrate Mother’s Day By Helping Bring Incarcerated Women Home

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May 6, 2018


United State of Women speakers share their messages to young women everywhere

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May 1, 2018


May Day march: Demonstrators hit DTLA streets for rights of immigrants, workers

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April 23, 2018


State Lawmakers and Advocates Announce Bills to Reduce Barriers to Economic Opportunity for Formerly Incarcerated Californians

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April 23, 2018


Supporters of inmates in Santa Clara Co. Main Jail hunger strike hold rally

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April 20, 2018


Immigration legal clinic in Stockton to help Southeast Asian community

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April 17, 2018


Survivors of violent crime raise their voices in California to call for a new approach to criminal justice

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April 16, 2018


Another hunger strike surfaces in Santa Clara County jails

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April 13, 2018


Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Fights for Prison Reform in New Docu-Series ‘Resist’

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April 9, 2018


Crime survivors say their pain ‘has to translate into something’

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April 9, 2018


Hundreds of crime survivors to converge on Sacramento

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April 6, 2018


New: Justice Resource Hub on the Movement to End Money Bail in California

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April 3, 2018


Alameda County Sheriff’s Decision to Make Inmate Release Dates Public Stirs Concern Among Immigrant Rights Advocates

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April 2, 2018


Lateefah Simon Joins the Rosenberg Foundation’s Board of Directors

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March 19, 2018


Anti-Recidivism Coalition gives hope to those inside

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March 15, 2018


Joint Study by the Stanford Criminal Justice Center and The Opportunity Institute: California Leads the Nation in College Opportunities for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Students

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March 9, 2018


Some Fresnans live in garages, sheds and trailers. They don’t get counted in the census

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March 5, 2018


DACA advocates rally in L.A., Irvine, across country while UC calls for bipartisan legislation

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February 23, 2018


Santa Clara County Activists Celebrate Bail Reform Ruling

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February 20, 2018


Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors on Her Memoir, Her Life and What’s Next for the Movement

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February 20, 2018


California bail reform headlines statewide rallies; AG gets behind effort

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February 18, 2018


Justice in California 2018 – Leading Edge Ideas

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February 17, 2018


Silicon Valley De-Bug Leads the Charge on Criminal Justice Reform

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February 13, 2018


Lawmakers urged to improve services for crime victims

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February 13, 2018


Survivors rally to raise awareness of crime impact on victims, families

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February 2, 2018


Sacramento Immigration Advocates React To ICE Audits

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February 2, 2018


Patrisse Cullors says politicians labeled ‘Black Lives Matter’ a terrorist group- and it’s what always happens to black activists

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January 31, 2018


Unfair and unsafe: Even prosecutors want to end California’s reliance on money bail

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January 26, 2018


The black unemployment rate is at a historic low — but the fight to end racism in hiring isn’t over

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January 17, 2018


Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant join in as Colin Kaepernick nears end of $1 million pledge

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January 15, 2018


Black Lives Movement Pioneer Has a Story to Tell

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January 15, 2018


Report: Cash Bail System Hurts Poor and Communities of Color in L.A.

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January 10, 2018


SJPD puts use-of-force data online in pioneering move

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January 10, 2018


Small Businesses Brace for Losses as Trump Ends TPS for Immigrants

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January 4, 2018


The California Wellness Foundation Awards $100,000 Grant to Leading Edge Fund

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December 27, 2017


Kaepernick’s charity took recipients by surprise

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December 18, 2017


Out of Jail, Into a Job

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December 4, 2017


Why Giving The Formerly Incarcerated A Second Chance Is Good For Business

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October 28, 2017


Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Declares that Schools “Have Been Turned into Spaces of Criminalization”

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October 21, 2017


Will DACA Parents Be Forced to Leave Their U.S.-Citizen Children Behind?

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October 17, 2017


New Law Says Employers Can’t Ask Applicants About Criminal Past

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October 13, 2017


Why kids don’t belong on sex offender registry

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October 12, 2017


Pregnant Immigrants Say They’ve Been Denied Medical Care in Detention Centers

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September 30, 2017


For black women, finding work after prison has added challenges

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September 29, 2017


Project Rebound Celebrates 50 Years of Educating Former Prisoners

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September 28, 2017


The Autistic Children Who Are Labeled As Sex Offenders

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September 26, 2017


Black Lives Matter, other activists protest to stop jail expansion

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September 19, 2017


New Report – Jobs for All: The Movement to Restore Employment Rights for Formerly Incarcerated People

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September 16, 2017


California lawmakers approve landmark ‘sanctuary state’ bill to expand protections for immigrants

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September 14, 2017


Crime rates are down, but victims feel less safe under Trump

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September 12, 2017


California police chiefs end opposition to sanctuary measure

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September 5, 2017


Statement from Rosenberg Foundation on DACA Decision

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September 5, 2017


‘A sad day in America’: Fresno groups speak out against Trump’s end of DACA program

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September 4, 2017


Protests Spread over Decision to End DACA

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September 2, 2017


ACLU launches ‘Hey meet your DA’ campaign to shine spotlight on district attorneys

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September 1, 2017


Corrections officials hear suggestions, complaints about revamping California’s parole system

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August 25, 2017


Bay Area Foundations Issue Grant to Support No Hate SF

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August 22, 2017


Standing Up – And Acting Up – For Racial Justice

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August 17, 2017


I’m a black Southerner. I had to go abroad to see a statue celebrating black liberation.

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August 14, 2017


BLM: ‘Charlottesville Is A Confirmation’ Of The Everyday Violence Black People Endure

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August 14, 2017


On criminal justice reforms, L.A. County should look forward, not back

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August 4, 2017


Formerly Incarcerated People’s Biggest Barriers and How States Are Erasing Them

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August 4, 2017


Patrisse Cullors talks BLM, police reform and why we need to support black trans women

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August 3, 2017


A California Law Is Helping Immigrants Wipe Slates Clean

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August 2, 2017


Sanctuary for All: Standing Together to Protect Our Communities

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July 30, 2017


Abolitionists still have work to do in America

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July 28, 2017


Could Trump’s Immigration Agenda Ever Get Through Congress?

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July 27, 2017


Public Defenders’ Podcast Prods New Dialogue on Criminal Justice

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July 27, 2017


Advocacy groups want L.A. sheriff to tell prosecutors about problem deputies

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July 26, 2017


Document Prop. 47 savings, then put money to good use

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July 15, 2017


DHS to Examine Criminal Histories Before Extending Protected Status

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July 14, 2017


Why Are L.A. High Schoolers Getting Probation Without Committing a Crime?

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July 14, 2017


People with criminal convictions could soon have a better shot at employment in LA County

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July 13, 2017


At four years old, the Black Lives Matter network takes stock of its work on the ground

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July 12, 2017


“I tried to assimilate. And I couldn’t:’ The formerly incarcerated struggle to reenter the workplace. Now L.A. County trying to help

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July 5, 2017


A Replacement for Overworked Public Defenders?

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June 28, 2017


Funders Taking on Mass Deportation and Mass Incarceration

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June 27, 2017


Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García: Project Rebound is a second chance for him, for society

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June 26, 2017


Sanctuary for All: Mobilizing to Resist Mass Incarceration and Mass Deportation

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June 23, 2017


Event in Oakland to Help People Reduce, Expunge Old Criminal Convictions

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June 22, 2017


Money bail system is unfair and needs to be reformed

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June 21, 2017


San Francisco’s Transit Agency Promises No Immigration Raids

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June 20, 2017


Breaking the cycle: Artist helps change inmates’ post-prison lives

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June 17, 2017


Prop. 47 savings going where intended at last

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June 16, 2017


California Aims to Block Trump’s Expansion of Immigrant Detention

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June 15, 2017


California Bars Expansion of ‘Inhumane’ Immigration Detention Facilities

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June 13, 2017


Beyond Reducing Prison Population, Can Prop. 47 Reduce Crime?

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June 9, 2017


Silicon Valley De-Bug gets funding boost to help jailed teens

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June 8, 2017


$103 Million in Prison Savings Awarded to 23 California Cities, Counties

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June 8, 2017


LA to receive $36 million for programs to keep people out of jail

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June 8, 2017


More than $30 million in Prop. 47 savings will go to mental health and drug rehab programs in the Los Angeles area

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June 6, 2017


Prop. 47 funding to fight criminal recidivism has finally arrived — right on time

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June 5, 2017


How Trump Made Wage Theft Routine

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June 5, 2017


Formerly incarcerated people to benefit from $6 million in Prop 47 funds

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May 27, 2017


Project Rebound Helps Former Inmates Adjust To College Life

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May 23, 2017


Black Lives Matter: ‘We’re trying to re-imagine humanity’ – Behind the Lines podcast

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May 20, 2017


Activist Samuel Sinyangwe Sheds Light On Louisiana’s Horrible Mass Incarceration Problem

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May 20, 2017


Changing The Fabric Of America Will Take All Of Us

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May 19, 2017


First college graduates from new prisoner reintegration program

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May 19, 2017


In the Age of Trump, BLM Pivots to Local Politics and Joins the Majority

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May 14, 2017


Gov. Brown’s budget proposal includes an extra $15 million to help Californians facing deportation

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May 10, 2017


Farmworker shortages amid deportation fears spur cry for immigration bill

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May 8, 2017


Trump Executive Order Promises to Slash Farm Regulations

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May 8, 2017


City Visions: Are criminal justice reforms working?

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May 5, 2017


Undocumented immigrants pay $32.4 million in taxes

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May 3, 2017


5 Questions Grant Makers Should Ask About the First 100 Days of Trump Era

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May 1, 2017


Thousands Take Part In May Day March In Downtown LA

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May 1, 2017


Latino Immigrants, Workers Rally on May Day for ‘Day Without Immigrants’

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April 30, 2017


This Year’s May Day Protests Aren’t Just About Labor

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April 29, 2017


1 in 8 children in California schools have an undocumented parent

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April 28, 2017


Rosenberg Foundation Announces New Board Chair and Officers

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April 26, 2017


How ‘schools not prisons’ became a favorite rallying cry for criminal justice reformers

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April 26, 2017


Federal Judge Delivers Another Blow to Trump’s Immigration Policies

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April 25, 2017


Trump unable to strip funding from LA as ‘sanctuary city’ for time being

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April 21, 2017


Defining moment: Will California end its money bail system?

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April 19, 2017


Huffington Post: Jeff Sessions’ Time Machine

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April 5, 2017


Environmental groups challenge Trump over toxin used on crops

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April 4, 2017


Survivors seek healing during victims’ rights week event

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April 4, 2017


Survivors speak for safe communities

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April 4, 2017


Farmworker issues seen as threat to state crops

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April 3, 2017


Californians Rally At Capitol For Immigration, Bail Changes

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March 30, 2017


Justice for loved ones: Survivors Speak program helps victims unpack trauma and heal

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March 29, 2017


Prop. 47 got thousands out of prison. Now, $103 million in savings will go towards keeping them out

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March 27, 2017


Nearly 300 Legal Experts: Attorney General Sessions Wrong on “Sanctuary” Cities

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March 24, 2017


Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Policies Are Scaring Eligible Families Away From the Safety Net

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March 23, 2017


Trump’s Budget Would Set Food System Progress Back Generations

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March 22, 2017


Martinez: Protesters again call on sheriff to change stance on immigration

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March 16, 2017


More than 100 crime survivors gather in Los Angeles, call for new safety priorities

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March 14, 2017


Trump’s Plan to Make America Great Again Using Cheap Foreign Labor

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March 14, 2017


Crime survivors convene in Stockton

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March 14, 2017


New campaign to reward restaurants for taking a stand on immigration, women’s rights

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March 13, 2017


Legal scholars to Trump: White House can’t legally defund ‘sanctuary cities’

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March 12, 2017


State grant would help Santa Barbara County keep mentally ill out of jail

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March 9, 2017


No Ban, No Wall: Standing with Immigrant Communities

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February 21, 2017


The High Cost of Cheap Labor

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February 17, 2017


Oakland, Alameda County, foundation step up to fight deportation

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February 15, 2017


Farmers Supported Trump. His Proposals Have Them Thinking Again

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February 13, 2017


Trump Administration’s Deportation Raids Spark Fear in Immigrant Communities

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February 13, 2017


Harnessing the Power of the Public for Bold Change

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February 11, 2017


Restaurants around nation join sanctuary movement to protect workers, customers

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February 10, 2017


Backlash Against Muslim Ban Offers Hope, But Immigrants Still Vulnerable

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February 3, 2017


50 Grant Makers and Philanthropy Organizations Protest Trump’s Travel Ban

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February 3, 2017


‘Our agricultural system would collapse’ if Trump starts mass deportations, says farm worker advocate

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February 2, 2017


Prisoner-rights groups to demand better living conditions at Southwest Detention Center

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January 31, 2017


Immigrant groups urge passage of California Values Act

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January 31, 2017


Legislature moving on bills to defy Trump on immigration

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January 31, 2017


Ohio launches trauma recovery network for victims of violent crime

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January 28, 2017


Trump’s Executive Orders Mark Start of Mass Deportation & Reversing Lady Liberty’s Promise As Legal Advocates, We Stand Ready to Fight Back Against Muslim Ban

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January 28, 2017


The ACLU took Trump to court over his Muslim refugee and immigrant ban — and won

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January 28, 2017


Judge Blocks Trump Order on Refugees Amid Chaos and Outcry Worldwide

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January 23, 2017


Study examines immigrants’ contributions, disparities in California

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January 19, 2017


Los Angeles Ban the Box Ordinance Takes Effect January 22

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January 18, 2017


Report: Felony arrests down in San Diego County, Prop. 47 a factor

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January 12, 2017


Invest in prevention instead of prison expansion

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January 6, 2017


Prop. 47 savings to fund Yolo County rehabilitation programs

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January 6, 2017


Crime declines despite drop in imprisonment

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January 5, 2017


Advocates See Hope for California Criminal Sentencing Reform in 2016

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January 3, 2017


Kamala Harris faces high expectations as California’s new senator

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December 14, 2016


Former felons find new jobs and new hope after Prop 47

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December 12, 2016


L.A. Enacts Landmark ‘Ban the Box’ Law Covering Private Employers

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December 6, 2016


Jail Is Often for People Who Can’t Afford Bail. A New Law Would Change That

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December 6, 2016


California Lawmakers Unveil Bill to Reform Money Bail System

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December 6, 2016


Lawmakers target state’s ‘discriminatory’ cash bail system

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December 5, 2016


Calif. Lawmakers Say They’ll Reform Money-Bail System

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December 4, 2016


California lawmakers want to reform a bail system they say ‘punishes the poor for being poor’

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November 11, 2016


Cal State’s Project Rebound wants to make life after prison successful through education

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November 11, 2016


Criminal justice reform rolls on in California, much to the chagrin of police leaders

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November 2, 2016


Undocumented farmworker families face uncertain fate

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November 1, 2016


Former Prisoners, Community Groups Press for Ban-the-Box Policy for Massive Warehouse Project at Port of Oakland

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October 18, 2016


No Fixed Link Between Crime, Prison Rates

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October 17, 2016


Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Releases “Back on Track – Los Angeles” Report

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October 14, 2016


County’s juvenile justice policies win high praise

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October 12, 2016


Julie Gutman Dickinson Joins the Rosenberg Foundation’s Board of Directors

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October 11, 2016


Attorney General Releases Reentry, Recidivism Reduction Programs Report

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October 11, 2016


Farmworker advocates ask EPA for immediate ban on pesticide chlorpyrifos

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October 6, 2016


Justice in California – Race and Criminal Justice

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September 29, 2016


Ex-Felons Work in SF to Change Their Records

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September 28, 2016


Former prisoners are leading the fight against mass incarceration

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September 27, 2016


L.A. wants to delay when employers may ask about criminal histories

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September 16, 2016


What’s Interesting About a New Push to Build Trust Between Communities and Police

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September 15, 2016


Ten Questions with Bruce Goldstein, President of Farmworker Justice

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September 15, 2016


Community, police together must solve neighborhood problems

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September 14, 2016


Effort to Build Trust Between Law Enforcement and Communities of Color

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September 13, 2016


California’s Farmworkers Will Officially Earn Higher Overtime Pay

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September 13, 2016


Hundreds gather in Oakland to address prison reform

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September 12, 2016


California farmworker overtime bill signed by Jerry Brown

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September 12, 2016


Domestic worker overtime pay can continue, Jerry Brown says

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September 9, 2016


Convicted low-level felons could get voting rights in California

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August 30, 2016


Crime Survivors Are Organizing. They Want Criminal Justice Reform, Too.

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August 24, 2016


California Arrests Plummet Under Prop 47

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August 24, 2016


Prop 47 Benefits for Susan Burton

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August 23, 2016


Most Survivors Want More Rehab, Less Punishment for Victimizers

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August 21, 2016


Prop. 47 giving men, women second chance

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August 21, 2016


California Arrests Plunge, Lowest On Record Due To Prop 47

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August 13, 2016


Ban on criminal history question for US job seekers reveals deeper issue: racism

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August 12, 2016


Who Crime Victims Are and How They View Justice Reform

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August 11, 2016


Roy Disney Family Donates to Anti-Crime Program; COC Participates

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August 5, 2016


Even violent crime victims say our prisons are making crime worse

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August 3, 2016


We can hold nearly 1,000 elected prosecutors accountable this Nov.

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July 19, 2016


LA County approves $6.6M to help 500,000 reduce felonies to misdemeanors

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July 19, 2016


LA supervisors OK $6.6M on Prop 47 outreach, services

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July 15, 2016


Why Bay Area restaurants have the worst ethnic, racial income gap in the country

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July 14, 2016


AG Harris Announces Membership of New Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board

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July 9, 2016


Kamala Harris Swears In New Racial And Identity Profiling Advisory Board

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July 8, 2016


Calif. Racial Profiling Board Meets Amidst National Police Violence

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July 8, 2016


Kamala Harris Swears in Members of New Board Tasked With Eliminating Racial Profiling

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July 8, 2016


California panel takes up complex task: end racial profiling

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July 1, 2016


Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Announces Membership of New Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board

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July 1, 2016


Home care workers’ long march to justice

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June 25, 2016


Justice Fair gives felons second chance at a life

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June 23, 2016


Despite Supreme Court ruling, California moves forward on immigration

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June 23, 2016


Prop. 47: New chances for better lives

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June 22, 2016


Many Eligible For Prop. 47 Relief Still Need to Apply

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June 19, 2016


The True Cost of California’s Proposition 47

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June 16, 2016


SF State to lead effort to expand college access for the incarcerated

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June 16, 2016


Project Rebound for former offenders comes to Sac State

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June 7, 2016


California immigrants celebrate an important milestone

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June 7, 2016


Rehabilitation Programs Not Seeing Promised Windfall From Prop. 47

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May 31, 2016


5 ways to end the school to prison pipeline

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May 28, 2016


Fair will help people change felony records

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May 27, 2016


Long Beach Justice Fair Helps Reduce Felonies To Misdemeanors

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May 23, 2016


Farmworker health deserves attention

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May 18, 2016


Mass release of California prisoners didn’t cause rise in crime, two studies find

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May 18, 2016


Food safety initiative puts farmworkers front and center

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May 12, 2016


Association For Enterprise Opportunity Presents Robert (Bob) Friedman With Founding Vision Award

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April 21, 2016


Shasta College receives one of seven grants in California to transition ex-offenders to employment

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April 18, 2016


Undocumented Immigrants Watch As Supreme Court Considers Case That May Change Their Lives

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April 14, 2016


Shasta College Receives One of Seven Grants in California to Transition Ex-Offenders to Employment

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April 13, 2016


Victims of crime want healing, prevention, recovery

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April 13, 2016


Labor secretary meets growers, farmworkers

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April 11, 2016


Prop. 47 Supporters Fear Treatment Fund Has Been Shortchanged

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April 8, 2016


California’s crime survivors must speak out for smart justice

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April 4, 2016


More than $1 Million awarded in San Joaquin Valley

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March 31, 2016


Prop. 47 has cut county jail inmate populations, report shows

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March 29, 2016


Advocates Challenge Law Enforcement on how Prop. 47 Savings Should Be Spent

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March 28, 2016


California Plans to Hike Minimum Wage to $15 by 2022

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March 25, 2016


California College Programs for Current, Ex-inmates Win Grants Totaling $5.9 Million

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March 23, 2016


Kern County inmates could get a Bakersfield College degree with help from a new program

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March 23, 2016


Seven Pilot Programs Will Transform Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Californians into College Graduates

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March 15, 2016


California radically revamping prison system

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March 9, 2016


Cities ask Sacramento: Where are the savings from Prop 47?

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March 4, 2016


Rosenberg Foundation Announces Fund for Progressive Leaders

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March 3, 2016


If Philanthropy Won’t Take Risks, Who Will?

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March 3, 2016


Eight Bold Movement Leaders Named 2016 Leading Edge Fund Fellows

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February 29, 2016


Executives’ Alliance Foundation Leaders “Ban the Box,” Issue Call to Action for All U.S. Philanthropic Institutions to Adopt Fair Chance Hiring Measures

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February 20, 2016


Prop. 47 Can Turn 2016 into the ‘Year of Mercy’

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February 18, 2016


Movement-Building Opportunities for Change: Perspectives on Criminal Justice Reform Today

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February 16, 2016


A Nonprofit Restaurant in East Oakland Will Aim to Prioritize People Over Profits

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February 8, 2016


An unprecedented experiment in mass forgiveness

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February 4, 2016


Farm workers face shortage of decent, affordable homes

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February 4, 2016


Deep and lasting reform of SFPD is long overdue

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January 29, 2016


Activists Demand A Bill Of Rights For California Farm Workers

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January 27, 2016


Investing in mental health solutions

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January 27, 2016


California’s nonviolent criminals could get earlier parole under new ballot measure endorsed by Gov. Jerry Brown

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January 27, 2016


Gov. Brown to seek November ballot initiative to relax mandatory prison sentences

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January 26, 2016


Proposition 47 has the ability to save lives

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January 25, 2016


Ex-offenders deserve fair shot at employment

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January 25, 2016


Spend Prop. 47 funds on prevention, not punishment

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January 19, 2016


U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Texas v. United States

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January 19, 2016


Protect Female Farmworkers

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January 13, 2016


Uber Eases Screening Requirements for Drivers with Criminal Past

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January 13, 2016


Can a new victims advocacy movement break cycles of violence?

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January 6, 2016


Pipeline to Prison May Start with Childhood Trauma

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January 5, 2016


40 Under 40: Young Leaders Who Are Solving the Problems of Today — and Tomorrow

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January 5, 2016


Lateefah Simon: ‘Moving at the Speed of Twitter’

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July 31, 2015


Statement from Tim Silard, president of Rosenberg Foundation, on Second Chance Pell Pilot Program

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June 30, 2015


Rosenberg Foundation Awards Over $1 Million in Grants

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April 8, 2015


Rosenberg Foundation Announces New Board Chair and Officers

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February 26, 2015


Nearly $500,000 Awarded in the San Joaquin Valley

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January 22, 2015


Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison

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December 30, 2014


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More than $1 Million in Grants for Criminal Justice Reform, Implementation of Proposition 47

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November 21, 2014


Moving Forward on Immigration

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November 5, 2014


California Voters Approve Proposition 47

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July 15, 2014


Benjamin Todd Jealous, Kate Kendell Join the Rosenberg Foundation’s Board of Directors

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June 30, 2014


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More than $1 Million in Grants for Immigrant Rights, Criminal Justice Reform

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June 9, 2014


Rosenberg Foundation’s Third Edition of Justice in California – Immigrant Rights and Integration

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June 9, 2014


Justice in California – Moving Forward Together: Immigrant Rights and Integration

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March 20, 2014


A Tribute to Judge Henry Ramsey Jr.

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December 30, 2013


Rosenberg Foundation Announces More than $1 million in Grants to 18 Organizations Across California

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November 20, 2013


The Rosenberg Foundation Applauds New Initiative by California Attorney General Aimed at Reducing Recidivism

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October 10, 2013


The Rosenberg Foundation Commends Governor Jerry Brown for Signing AB 218, Giving 7 Million People a Second Chance

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March 28, 2013


Rosenberg Foundation Awards Special Opportunity Grants to Advance Immigration Reform (Infographic)

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March 27, 2013


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More than $1 Million in Grants, Increases Giving in 2013 to Advance Immigration Reform

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February 26, 2013


Rosenberg Foundation’s Latest Edition of Justice in California

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February 26, 2013


Justice in California – Look to the Future

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January 29, 2013


Statement from Rosenberg Foundation President Timothy P. Silard on President Barack Obama’s Immigration Speech

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December 21, 2012


Rosenberg Foundation Announces Nearly $1 Million in Grants to 19 Organizations Across California

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October 18, 2012


Sarah Stein Elected to Rosenberg Foundation’s Board of Directors

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July 9, 2012


Rosenberg Foundation Awards Nearly $700,000 in Grants

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April 18, 2012


Bolder Together: Foundation Leaders Share New Approach to Funder Collaboratives

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March 7, 2012


Special Screening of The Harvest, Hosted by MALDEF

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March 7, 2012


Join MALDEF on March 14 for the 2012 Latino State of the State

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January 27, 2012


UCLA School of Law Symposium: Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race, and Criminalization

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December 30, 2011


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More than $1 Million in Grants

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October 27, 2011


Civil Rights Leader Lateefah Simon Joins the Rosenberg Foundation as Director of the Foundation’s California’s Future Initiative

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September 21, 2011


Hundreds of Law Enforcement and County Leaders Converge in Sacramento for Statewide Conference on Criminal Justice Realignment

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June 29, 2011


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More Than $500,000 in Grants in the Areas of Criminal Justice Reform, Immigrant Rights and Integration

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June 1, 2011


New Video Highlights Impact of Dukes v. Wal-Mart; U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Imminent

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May 19, 2011


Rosenberg Foundation Announces New Board Chair, Officers; Marco Hellman Elected to Board of Directors

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February 20, 2011


Rosenberg 2011 Report

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February 9, 2011


75 Years of Funding Groundbreaking Social and Economic Justice Initiatives in California

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December 7, 2010


Eleven Organizations Join Forces to Prepare for the Integration of Undocumented Farm Workers

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October 27, 2010


UC Berkeley J-School, Rosenberg Foundation Launch California Immigration Reporting Project

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October 12, 2010


Rosenberg Foundation Awards $477,000 to Seven Organizations in California

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August 13, 2010


Rosenberg Foundation Awards More than $1.3 Million in Grants

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February 7, 2000


Rosenberg Multi-Year Report (2000-2005)

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March 29, 1994


Rosenberg Foundation Multi-Year Report (1994-1999)

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March 29, 1993


Rosenberg Foundation 1993 Report

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March 29, 1990


Rosenberg Foundation Multi-Year Report (1990-1992)

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March 29, 1985


Rosenberg Foundation 50th Anniversary Report (1985)

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March 29, 1984


Rosenberg Foundation Multi-Year Report (1984-1989)

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March 29, 1980


Rosenberg Foundation Multi-Year Report (1980-1983)

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March 29, 1979


Rosenberg Foundation 1979 Report

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March 29, 1978


Rosenberg Foundation 1978 Report

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March 29, 1975


Rosenberg Multi-Year Report (1975-1977)

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March 29, 1974


Rosenberg Foundation 1974 Report

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March 29, 1973


Rosenberg Foundation 1973 Report

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March 29, 1969


Rosenberg Foundation 1969 Report

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March 29, 1967


Rosenberg Foundation 1967 Report

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March 29, 1965


Rosenberg Foundation 1965 Report

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March 29, 1964


Rosenberg Foundation 1964 Report

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March 29, 1963


Rosenberg Foundation 1963 Report

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March 29, 1937


Rosenberg Multi-Year Report (1937-1946)

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