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Compassionate Perspectives on Criminal Justice, Civil Rights, Animal Rights, and Social Change

Slide Hadar Aviram | A leading voice on criminal justice, courtroom practices, policing, punishment and incarceration. |

Author of:
Yesterday's Monsters,
The Legal Promise and Process of Justice
Cheap on Crime
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Compassionate Scholarship

Blog posts, articles, and books on social justice, the criminal justice system, human rights, social justice and animal rights.

Compassionate Practices

Mindfulness meditation, heart practices, and musings of how to be present and awake with what arises.

Compassionate Cooking

Awesome vegan recipes and writings on food, family feasts and food justice.

Recent posts

New Policy re Good Time Credits toward Release at CDCR: Truth, Misrepresentation, and Panic

On Friday afternoon, CDCR announced an amendment to its regulations regarding the earning of good time credits. It’s always important to pay attention to such regulations, because as Kevin Reitz,
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The Good, the Fast and the Cheap in Plant-Based Nutrition

I’m halfway through my certification in plant-based nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. Even though I knew a lot about nutrition, the certification has
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Exhibition Review: I Look for the Sky and Memento at the Asian Art Museum

Yesterday I had a lovely time visiting an old haunt of mine, the Asian Art Museum, and taking in two new exhibitions: Jayashree Chakravarty and Lam Tung Pang’s Memento and
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In the Name of All that is Holy, Vote No on the Recall and Spare Us This Idiot

I post this with a heavy heart. Anyone who has been following the most atrocious medical disaster in U.S. history has realized, by now, how much of the culpability lies
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