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Communities of Color Taking on Green: The Movement and the Money
OSI-New York
August 12, 2010
 AUDIO
This Open Society Foundations event looks at how people of color are leading the fight to stop the global climate crisis and create opportunities for economic, environmental, and community sustainability.
What Does Justice Mean to You?
 VIDEO  
The Soros Justice Fellowships support leaders from around the United States to undertake projects that address problems with the criminal justice system. This video shares some of their voices.
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Managing Pretrial Release
August 2010
This Open Society Justice Initiative monograph discusses how best to manage the pretrial release/detention decision, focusing particularly on pretrial evaluation and supervision services.
NOLA Youth Demand Change in Juvenile Justice
Luisa Taveras
August 30, 2010
 BLOG  
"I'm hopeful that five years from now we'll see reduced incarceration rates, more community services, and increased political power for low-income communities and communities of color in the Deep South," says Dana Kaplan of the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana in this interview.
Newsletters
Several OSI initiatives distribute email newsletters on a range of issues related to program activities around the world.
Soros Foundations Network 2008 Annual Report
This report highlights Open Society Foundations activities and achievements, with a special focus on work to address discrimination against minorities in a variety of countries.
Open Society Stories 2009
This brochure highlights recent Open Society Foundations activities, including supporting public health reform, advocating for fair distribution of natural resource riches, and improving the lives of Roma, immigrants, Muslims, and the developmentally disabled.
Moving Walls 17
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The documentary photographs in this Open Society Foundations exhibition show how power can be used as an impediment to transparency, a mechanism for social control, and a tool for oppression, while also acknowledging the strength and defiance of people who suffer as a result.
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