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
A Deadly 'Snowstorm'
A New Direction for Juvenile Justice
'These Are Our Children'
State of Emergency
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.
Chemist takes stand on nerve gas research.
A nuclear strategist follows his faith out of the Air Force.
Racism and violence against women.
Strangers and Aliens in the Land
Immigration reform is an issue guaranteed to bring out some of the worst contradictions in U.S. society.
God Save Us All
The death penalty is increasingly being used in the United States.
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