“We were a group of unsheltered women who worked hard to turn an illegal dumping site into a community where we could safely sleep, eat, and provide some stability for our children.”
“Our theory of change is simple. I have two children and [The Office of Neighborhood Safety Program in Richmond] couldn’t be anything less than what they have access to… daily contact and engagement every single day of their life with healthy people, multiple times a day.”
“When my brother first became involved in the system, he was not capable of causing the kind of harm that has led me to fear for my life today. Now, he is capable. The costs of that failure are too high for families like mine.”
The Executive Director of Justice for Families shares her powerful story, about teenage prisons and the broken criminal justice system.
DeVone Boggan talks to Zach about his groundbreaking work to reduce gun violence in Richmond, California
Zach explains why he renamed the book and talks about why we must defund policing, punishment and prisons.