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Applying Lessons from Circle Swimming to Prison Advocacy

The number of letters, emails, calls, etc., I got after I published this was truly moving overwhelming. It looks like many advocates and activists share a sense of immense exhaustion
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Santa Clara County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for Santa Clara County’s Main Jail and Elmwood Correctional Complex by the Covid In-Custody Project Jail Population Cases & Testing Jail Staff Cases & Testing Jail Staff
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San Francisco County Jails

San Francisco County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for San Francisco County’s Intake & Release Center, Jail #2 and Jail #3 by the Covid In-Custody Project Jail Population Cases & Testing Jail Staff Cases &
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Fresno County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for Fresno County’s Main Jail, North Annex Jail and South Annex Jail by the Covid In-Custody Jail Population Cases & Testing Raw Data Swab Lists California Covid-19
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Sacramento County Jails Covid19 Data

Sacramento County - Main Jail & Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center Covid19 Statistics
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Alameda County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for Alameda County’s Santa Rita Jail by the Covid In-Custody Project Jail Population Cases & Testing Jail Population Vaccine Uptake Jail Population Pending Transfers Jail Staff Cases
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Covid-19 in the criminal justice system

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Santa Clara County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for Santa Clara County’s Main Jail and Elmwood Correctional Complex by the Covid In-Custody Project Jail Population Cases & Testing Jail Staff Cases & Testing Jail Staff
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San Francisco County Jails

San Francisco County Jails Covid19 Data

COVID-19 data collected for San Francisco County’s Intake & Release Center, Jail #2 and Jail #3 by the Covid In-Custody Project Jail Population Cases & Testing Jail Staff Cases &
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Race and Justice

Not the Chauvin Trial Commentary You Expect

We’re already being inundated with commentary about Derek Chauvin’s conviction and I don’t feel the need to add to the onslaught with too much, so I’ll just say this: Yes,
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The Empathy at the End of Diversity

Yesterday, Heather Knight reported about the latest absurdity perpetrated by the San Francisco Unified School District board: A gay dad volunteers for one of eight open slots on a parent
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