James Forman, Jr

Yale Law School

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A former public defender, James Forman, Jr. is a professor of law at Yale Law School and the author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America. He is the founder of the Maya Angelou Public Charter School in Washington, DC.

James Forman, Jr on KCRW

Professor and former public defender James Forman, Jr. discusses his new book about the mass incarceration of black men.

James Forman, Jr.: Locking up Our Own

Professor and former public defender James Forman, Jr. discusses his new book about the mass incarceration of black men.

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