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  • September 10, 2019 NYC Comptroller
    Comptroller Stringer: Abolish Mandatory Surcharges and Forgive Outstanding Court Debt to End Criminalization of Poverty within the Justice System

    A new report from NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer sheds light on the inhumane mandatory surcharges and service fees that plague our criminal justice system. Rob DeLeon, Fortune's AVP of Programs, speaks out about the burden they place on justice involved people.

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  • January 03, 2019 Bloomberg
    3 ways Bloomberg Philanthropy and Engagement changed the world in 2018

    The Fortune Fellowship program, made in partnership with Bloomberg, equips individuals with justice involvement with the skills to succeed in today's workforce. Now in Bloomberg's 2018 Year in Review, see highlights from this powerful program.

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  • October 25, 2018 Columbia Social Intervention Group
    New Publication on Protocol to Prevent HIV and Violence among Black Women

    The E-WORTH protocol is designed to reduce risks for HIV, sexually transmitted infections, and intimate partner violence among African American women who use drugs and are under community supervision in New York. Read more about the study and one of the women who implemented E-WORTH at the Fortune Society.

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  • July 13, 2017 NextCity
    New York Has a Chance to Embrace This New Type of Jail Design

    Thoughtful design can go a long way in the fight for criminal justice reform. In a new Next City report, see how architects and advocates alike are urging for justice spaces that are more humane and community-minded. Insights from Fortune President and CEO JoAnne Page, as well as Development and Admissions Intern Soulieo Kirby, are featured in this in-depth exploration.

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  • April 03, 2017 Independent Commission on NYC Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform
    A more just New York City

    For more than 20 years, New York City has successfully driven down both crime and incarceration. Here's the 92-page report from the chairman of Independent Commission on NYC Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform, Jonathan Lippman to close Rikers Island jail facility.

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