Liane Rozzell

Liane Rozzel is a senior policy associate for juvenile justice at the Annie E. Casey Foundation, which develops solutions to build a brighter future for children, families, and communities. 

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From the Archives: August 1983

by Liane Rozzell 07-01-2013

A Deadly 'Snowstorm'

'Colorblind' Racism

by Liane Rozzell 06-01-2010
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, by Michelle Alexander. The New Press.

A New Direction for Juvenile Justice

by Liane Rozzell 01-22-2010
Imagine a prison where an inmate asks to stay an extra two weeks beyond his release date.

'These Are Our Children'

by Liane Rozzell 06-01-2009
New models are transforming juvenile justice.

State of Emergency

by Liane Rozzell 10-01-1985

On August 27, the day before he was scheduled to lead a march on Pollsmoor prison, where black political leader Nelson Mandela is serving a life sentence, Rev. Allan Boesak was arrested by South African police under a law that allows for indefinite imprisonment without charges or trial.

Turning Around

by Liane Rozzell 03-01-1985

Chemist takes stand on nerve gas research.

Risking Security

by Liane Rozzell 01-01-1985

A nuclear strategist follows his faith out of the Air Force.

Double Jeopardy

by Liane Rozzell 11-01-1984

Racism and violence against women.

Strangers and Aliens in the Land

by Liane Rozzell 09-01-1984

Immigration reform is an issue guaranteed to bring out some of the worst contradictions in U.S. society.

God Save Us All

by Liane Rozzell 06-01-1984

The death penalty is increasingly being used in the United States.