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Report: A, B, C, D, STPP: How School Discipline Feeds the School-to-Prison Pipeline
New York Civil Liberties Union;  (2013). 

Tags:School-to-Prison Pipline (STPP); Stop-and-Frisk; New York;

This report reviews the policies and practices that produced these results and provides recommendations to help end the school-to-prison pipeline (STPP) in New York City, and for the first time, links school suspension t...
Abandoned: Abolishing Female Prisons to Prevent Sexual Abuse and Herald an End to Incarceration
Frank, David W.;  (2014). Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice. 1: 101-124.

Tags:prison; Prison Reform; Prison Abolition; PREA; rape; gender issues; sexual victimization; Criminal Justice;

Because the U.S. is unable to prevent widespread sexual violations of incarcerated women, it should apply the prescriptions of a recent U.K. female prison abolitionist movement as the most effective and humane solution t...
Out of Reach 2014
Arnold, Althea; Crowley, Sheila; Bravve, Elina; Brundage, Sarah; Biddlecombe, Christine;  (2014). 

Tags:Housing; statisctics; Low Income Housing; rental market;

On the 25th anniversary of Out of Reach, the report continues to demonstrate that large numbers of low income renters cannot find decent, affordable housing (Authors)
Child and Family Homelessness: Building a comprehensive framework to address child and family homelessness in Canada: Phase I, an environmental scan
Noble, Amanda;  (2014). 

Tags:Canada; Poverty; family homelessness;

This report highlights many innovative and high quality initiatives across Canada and internationally that are working to improve the lives of families and children so that they may live free from poverty and homelessnes...

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