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| by John J. Lennon | The New York Times Magazine
Data on how COVID-19 has affected people who are incarcerated are available – perhaps most comprehensively through The Marshall Project. However, for a look behind the numbers, read John J…
Members of the Evident Change research team published a paper in the March issue of Children and Youth Services Review, an international, peer-reviewed journal. “The Impact of Parents Anonymous on Child Safety and Permanency” describes an Evident Change study that examined the effectiveness of…
María Gandarilla Ocampo, MSW, is a new research fellow at Evident Change. A third-year social work doctoral student at Washington University, St. Louis, she brings her expertise to Evident Change when thinking through…

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March 19, 2021 | Joe Dole
I wrote “The Case For Why Violent Offenders Deserve Parole” in the months prior to the founding of Parole Illinois, an organization that advocates for sentencing reform and decarceration in general. Having our own organization directed by impacted people gives us a megaphone to be heard. So too do…
March 3, 2021 | Evident Change
Cynthia Burnson
Evident Change senior researcher Dr. Cynthia Burnson was recently named a 2021 William T. Grant Advanced Quantitative and Computational (ACQ) Scholar. Dr. Burnson will be part of a critical quantitative, computational, and mixed methodologies group working on “critical approaches to data science [th…
March 2, 2021 | Caroline Glesmann
Ending voluntary probation for young people. Reducing or eliminating the use of law enforcement on school campuses. Gaining seats at policymaking tables that influence decisions regarding juvenile justice or education systems. These actions are just a few examples of what a group of California commu…

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