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Press Release 09.5.19

117 Civil and Human Rights Groups Release 2020 Justice Platform

WASHINGTON 鈥揟he Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Civil Rights Corps, and 115 civil rights and justice groups released a policy platform for the 2020 state and federal elections that proposes a unified vision for transforming our criminal-legal system into one that respects the humanity, dignity, and rights of all people.

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Press Release 07.25.19 bobbi boss synthetic lace front wig mlf158

The Death Penalty Has No Place in the United States

WASHINGTON 鈥?Vanita Gupta, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, issued the following statement regarding reports that the federal government will reverse a nearly two-decade moratorium to resume the federal death penalty:

Press Release 06.11.19 green ombre synthetic lace front wig fennell

Wright-Reed Act Would Reduce Exorbitant Prison Phone Rates

WASHINGTON 鈥?Vanita Gupta, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, issued the following statement on the introduction of S. 1764, the Martha Wright-Reed Just and Reasonable Communications Act of 2019, which would empower the Federal Communications Commission to reduce excessive intrastate rates for telephone calls from prisons:

Press Release 06.4.19

Justice Department Dodges Meaningful Dialogue on Policing and Justice Reform

WASHINGTON 鈥擳he Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and ten civil rights organizations have submitted a letter to Attorney General Barr expressing grave concerns about an exclusive convening on policing consent decrees and settlement agreements. Barr promised during his Senate confirmation hearing to meet with civil rights organizations regarding policing and justice reform. But the Department never responded to the request that followed from The Leadership Conference and other organizations for a meeting on these critical issues.

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Press Release 04.12.19

Federal Action Needed in Alabama Prisons, Say Gupta, Vance in USA Today

WASHINGTON 鈥?In an opinion piece in USA Today, Vanita Gupta, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and Joyce White Vance, professor at the University of Alabama School of Law, called for the U.S. Department of Justice to take action to address the deadly brutality in Alabama鈥檚 men鈥檚 prisons.