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‘Invisibly shackled’: Parole, probation in Wisconsin create insurmountable barriers to rehabilitation

Current system only serves to keep people trapped within criminal justice system, fails to aid public safety in any way

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Slavery is still legal in Wisconsin’s prisons — it’s time to change that

On the anniversary of the passage of the thirteenth amendment, Wisconsin must reevaluate the permission of forced prison labor

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Activist discusses prison system reform as part of Distinguished Lecture Series

Mariame Kaba said mass incarceration in America is a criminalization problem

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Job Center of Wisconsin encourages correctional facilities to live up to their name

Though the Job Center of Wisconsin benefits ex-offenders, harsh realities still remain in Wisconsin's criminal justice system

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Evers has opportunity to find common interest with Republican legislature on prison reform

By considering GOP’s interests in minimal government and law enforcement, newly-elected Democrats can gain support from GOP-controlled government

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Dane County prison renovation woefully deflects addressing systemic problem

Renovation may address safety, but does nothing to improve innate racism in Wisconsin's jails

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Dane County shows jails do better focusing on rehabilitation, not punishment

Treating addiction as medical condition humanizes, rehabilitates offenders