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OSI Awards More Than $1.5 Million Nationwide to Winners of 2004 Soros Justice Fellowships
The 22 Soros Justice Fellows include distinguished scholars, journalists, the longest tenured death row inmate to be freed, advocates, lawyers, and community leaders—all working to restore fairness and discretion to the U.S. criminal justice system.  more
OSI Grantees Contribute to American Prospect Special Report
The December 2003 issue of The American Prospect features “Prison Break: Criminal Justice Reform,” a special report with an article by Soros Justice Media Fellow Sasha Abramsky. more
The Sentencing Project Publishes Report on Felony Disenfranchisement Laws
The Sentencing Project has released a new report that documents significant reform of felony disenfranchisement laws in the United States in recent years.  more
Adrian Nicole LeBlanc Finalist for Lettre Ulysses Award
Soros Justice Media Fellow Adrian Nicole LeBlanc has been named a finalist for the Lettre Ulysses Award–World Prize for Reportage Literature.  more
Ideas for an Open Society: Justice Reinvestment
November 2003
Susan Tucker and Eric Cadora argue that the national dependence on mass incarceration in the United States reflects an approach to imprisonment that actually sacrifices public safety. more
Ill Equipped: U.S. Prisons and Offenders with Mental Illness
Ill Equipped: U.S. Prisons and Offenders with Mental Illness documents the growing problem of mentally ill inmates in U.S. prisons. The report highlights the inadequate treatmment and abuse of the mentally ill in what has become our country's de facto mental institutions  more
Cost and Benefits? The Impact of Drug Imprisonment in New Jersey
In this report, JPI quantifies the impact of drug imprisonment in New Jersey. The overall picture that emerges from New Jersey is similar to other states: high rates of imprisonment of drug offenders in New Jersey have had a significant impact on the state’s economic and social life as well as on the incarcerated, their families and communities. more
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