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UCR doctoral fellow speaks on struggles of incarcerated black women

Recent statistics show that more than one half of women incarcerated in both state and federal prison now identify themselves as mothers. According to...

UCR researcher discovers black women plagued by employment disadvantages post-prison

UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow, Susila Gurusami, found that black women face more challenges than any other category of people in Los Angeles when trying...

Death through justice or death to our pocketbooks?

It was July 20, 2012: the opening night of the world-renowned film “The Dark Knight Rises.” An event that should have been a fun-filled...

Lowering capacity of overcrowded state prisons and fitting the punishment to...

California has the most overcrowded prisons in the entire country. These prisons are so beyond capacity the Supreme Court deemed the state in violation...