There are more law enforcement and security guards in Mississippi schools than nurses, psychologists, and social workers combined. A recently released report, Cops and No Counselors, examines the first state-level student-to-staff ratio comparison.March 6, 2019
Unlocking the Box: How the Prosecutorial Transparency Act Will Empower Communities and Help End Mass Incarceration
Locally elected prosecutors wield enormous and unaccountable power that has contributed to both mass incarceration and sever racial disparities. Across the country, voters are beginning to recognize the extent of this power, and are demanding that they reverse course.February 13, 2019 Criminal Justice Reform
In the December 2018 edition, you'll find:December 20, 2018
The ACLU of Mississippi chooses to focus our work through a racial lens because we believe that racial justice and equity are essential to our mission and our fundamental core values. We have been vigilant to demand racial justice and expand racial equity within our work.November 7, 2018
Inside the latest edition, you’ll find:July 19, 2018
The Spring 2018 edition of THE TORCH is HERE!
Inside this edition, you’ll find:April 16, 2018