Niaz Kasravi

Anti-Recidivism Coalition

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Deputy director at the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, a nonprofit that advocates for criminal justice reform; former criminal justice director for the NAACP

Niaz Kasravi on KCRW

After decades of “tough on crime” laws, the US has packed its prisons with young, black convicts for non-violent drug crimes.  Many conservatives now agree a system that’s not working…

Crime and Punishment: Is It Time for Reform?

After decades of “tough on crime” laws, the US has packed its prisons with young, black convicts for non-violent drug crimes.  Many conservatives now agree a system that’s not working…

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