We are pleased to introduce The Sentencing Project's Race and Justice Clearinghouse, a database of annotated citations for more than 450 research articles, studies, reports, and books that explore the intersection of race and ethnicity within the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems. Housed on our recently enhanced Web site, this database is updated monthly to offer a free, comprehensive search engine of resources.
The Race and Justice Clearinghouse contains information and tools for policymakers, practitioners, and advocates to understand racial and ethnic disparities, to aid in policy reform, and to make the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems more fair and effective.
Highlights of the Race and Justice Clearinghouse:
Users have the ability to query by author, topic, publication year, and many other qualifiers to obtain specific research;
Frequently updated entries to reflect the most recent research available;
A detailed abstract for each entry to inform users of the topic and main findings of each item in the database
We are also pleased to announce that The Sentencing Project will soon unveil its Race and Justice Newsletter. Recipients will be privy to a host of news and updates that fall under the complex relationship between race and the criminal justice systems. Sign up for the newsletter today by clickinghere and selecting "Race and Justice Updates."
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