Glenn E. Martin

Glenn E. Martin appears in the following:

On MLK Day, Looking Back on Obama's Criminal Justice Legacy

Monday, January 16, 2017

Today, 2.2 million adults are in state or federal prisons. How will history view President Obama’s efforts to reform the criminal justice system?

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Video: Race and Justice Within Criminal Justice

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Hear from social entrepreneurs who are bringing justice back to the criminal justice system. Hosted by WNYC's Jami Floyd.

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What Would a Humane Jail Look Like?

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Rikers Island has become a symbol of dysfunction in the criminal justice system. So what would a humane jail look like? Experts in designing complex jail systems weigh in.

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6,000 Prisoners Make Their Way Home

Friday, October 30, 2015

Over the next three days, 6,000 people will be released from federal prisons. Some will go to waiting families, others will go to treatment centers, and many others will be on their own.

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How Releasing 6,000 Prisoners Could Be Just the Start of Sentencing Reform

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Glenn E. Martin is an advocate for cutting the U.S. prison population by 50 percent by 2030. 

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Cutting Drug Sentences

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Glenn E. Martin, vice president of development and public affairs of Fortune Society, a New York-based prisoner re-entry advocacy group, talks about the U.S. Justice Department's new policy to avoid mandatory minimum money and lives through prison reform.

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EEOC Reconsiders Criminal Background Check Policy

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is reexamining its requirement that employers do criminal background checks on job applicants. Glenn E. Martin, Vice President of Development and Public Affairs at the Fortune Society, weighs in.

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Voting Rights for Parolees?

Thursday, February 18, 2010

The Brennan Center for Justice recently released a report, "Jim Crow in New York," that says felony disenfranchisement in the state is an extension of Jim Crow laws. Co-author and attorney Erika Wood discusses the report, and Glenn E. Martin, associate vice president of policy and advocacy at ...

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