VOICES

Easy way out

The U.S. spends $80 billion each year on incarceration but communities need crime prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and victim support. Instead of wasteful prison spending, crime survivors Rick and Dorothy want new safety priorities rooted in community health.


Lenore Anderson, 2016 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards

Lenore Anderson and Aswad Thomas of Alliance for Safety and Justice talk about the movement to replace prison waste with new safety priorities in California.


Mark Ghaly

Mark Ghaly: Pediatrician and public health advocate on reallocating prison spending to mental health and substance abuse treatment.


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