The U.S. accounts for over 20% of the world's prison population but only 5% of the world's total population. While many justice reform advocates share a vision of ending mass incarceration, what does the concept of "criminal justice reform" really look like across the system? In truth, the movement is an intricate, concerted effort in changing a multi-layered problem, from arrest to reentry.
This multi-layered, clickable tool allows you to explore the various corners of the criminal justice advocacy world. While it only scratches the surface, it offers a bird's eye view on how various parts of the system interact and add up to disparate and unjust outcomes that neglect the underlying causes of crime and violence.
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