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Watch: A 30-Year March Toward Justice

September 13, 2016
Watch our 30th anniversary video celebrating The Sentencing Project's work over the last 30 years and looking ahead to the future of criminal justice reform

We were delighted to see many of you at The Sentencing Project’s 30th anniversary celebration last week featuring guest speaker Vanita Gupta, the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. At the event, we debuted a short video celebrating The Sentencing Project’s work over the last 30 years and looking ahead to the future of criminal justice reform. Watch the video below:

Thank you for your support over the last 30 years and for many more as we continue to fight for a more fair and effective justice system.

 
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