Criminal justice reform in the United States

Anchor Ed Henry asked the Democratic 2020 candidate how he can still call Trump a racist following his Super Bowl ad. Buttigieg had a withering answer.
The Democratic presidential candidate initially backed out of the forum because a sponsoring organization gave Trump a criminal justice award.
The president's speech at a historically Black college came days after he called the impeachment proceedings against him "a lynching."
Steve Descano is running on a criminal justice reform platform in Fairfax County, which the attorney general calls home.
Benjamin Crump said Black victims of police violence shouldn't need to have stellar reputations in order to receive justice.
Jharrel Jerome just won a Primetime Emmy Award for his role in “When They See Us,” which elevated criminal justice reform into the national conversation.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate released a list of proposals centered on community-driven initiatives and a reformed justice system.
The proposal aims to cut the nation’s prison population in half and end mandatory minimum sentencing.
The reality star also spoke about a higher education initiative at the facility and filmed footage for a documentary on her criminal justice activism.
The ambitious plan is part of a larger criminal justice reform platform released by the former vice president's 2020 Democratic presidential campaign.