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Posted on November 17, 2008 | 3 CommentsIn this video column, Davian Reynolds, our 16-year-old video columnist from Brooklyn, reflects on why Barack Obama's victory in the 2008 presidential election means so much for kids like him who have or have had or will have a parent who is incarcerated.
Posted on November 10, 2008 | 4 CommentsOver 12,000 New Yorkers are released from prison each year and many of them wrongly assume that a felony conviction prohibits them from voting, according to the NYCLU. To address the problem various advocacy groups throughout the city have held voter registration drives aimed at former felons.
Posted on November 1, 2008 | 3 CommentsWe're about 72 hours from election day and here's an article by the New York Times on the presidential candidates' stance on crime. This article follows the article we published earlier in the week that reported that the candidates' stance has not been clearly articulated and discussed during the campaign. The Times article takes a look at John McCain's and Barack Obama's history on the crime and why, 20 years after the "Willie Horton" ads, it has not been discussed much:
Posted on October 28, 2008 | 7 CommentsThe crumbling economy, taxes, and the Iraq War have soaked up the limelight when it comes to the 2008 Presidential Election. With less than one week left before voters’ caste their ballots, questions about Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama’s positions on incarceration and criminal justice remain unanswered.