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Voices of Justice Now: We have our own solutions

Tweet Monica Wade was born and raised in Oakland, CA. She is now the Office Manager of Justice Now and is also the founder and director of Tender Care, transitional housing for those who need and want to be in a safe and healthy environment. She was incarcerated for 10 years of her life and [...]
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Voices of Justice Now: Sentenced to Panties Only

Tweet Michelle “Cookie� Concepcion works with Justice Now for the benefit of all prisoners by exposing Correction’s lies of discipline, security and rehabilitation with the truths of abuse, fear and indoctrination. Wearing boxers makes women less female and more violent. Well that’s the perception by officers and staff at the Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF). [...]
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Voices of. . . Justice Now.

TweetI am very very excited this week to present our Voices of series for May featuring the amazing organization Justice Now. Justice Now is located in Oakland CA and works at the intersection of violence against women and incarceration and prison expansion. They are one of the amazing organizations that fights for prison abolition. In [...]
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Voices of NOW NYC: Putting an End to the “N� and “H� Words

Tweet Renee Morgan-Saks is a 24 year old native of Washington Heights, New York and a member of NOW-NYC. She is currently working at a women’s rights legal advocacy organization and plans to attend law school to study public interest law. Don Imus is back on the air. Not that I need to remind you, [...]
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Voices of NOW NYC: More than Marriage

TweetSara Kelley is an intern at NOW-NYC and is currently completing her bachelor’s degree in sociology and peace and justice studies. Equal marriage is so hot right now. In the way of LGBTQQ issues, marriage is probably one of the only ones your average Joe or Josephine could pinpoint. Media won’t stop covering it, politicians [...]
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