Blog — Criminal Justice
NAACP Criminal Justice is on the road, educating advocates about racial profiling.
NAACP Criminal Justice is training units and the community how to take on racial profiling.
NAACP is set to march from Ferguson to Jefferson City, seeking sweeping reforms in policing.
NAACP Criminal Justice holds next part of Re-entry toolkit trainings.
NAACP Criminal Justice is hosting a series of Google Hangout on Airs for those who were formerly incarcerated, getting them on the road to success.
The NAACP will release a groundbreaking new report on racial profiling titled, “Born Suspect: Stop-and-Frisk Abuses & Continued Fight to End Racial Profiling in America.”
NAACP Interim President and CEO, Lorraine Miller was a part of a delegation that met with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to discuss ways to fight gun violence.
We already knew this to be a moral certainty, but now a federal court agrees: New York's controversial Stop and Frisk policy is a violation of our constitutional rights.
Last night, the New York City Council voted in favor of the Community Safety Act--effectively ending the Stop and Frisk policy in NYC. Last year, the NAACP led thousands of activists on a silent march through the streets on NYC to Mayor Bloomberg's residence. We marched along with dozens of other progressive organizations to demand an end to New York City's stop and frisk policy.
New York State Conference of the NAACP, joined by 1199 SEIU, the National Action Network, and the NYCLU sent a letter to the members of the New York City Council encouraging them to vote yes on several policing bills that are a part of the Community Safety Act
NAACP President Ben Jealous and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, appeared on MSNBC's the Morning Joe show to talk about restoring the vote of formerly incarcerated citizens in Virginia.