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More than 6,000 prisoners will be released from prison thanks to new sentencing guidelines for drug crimes approved by the U.S. Sentencing Commission in 2014.
Columbia University is divesting from the private prison industry following a successful campaign by Students Against Mass Incarceration, an on-campus activist group.
More than 6,000 non-violent offenders set for release this weekend.
Attorney General Eric Holder and others support reduced sentences for nonviolent drug offenders.
President addresses the NAACP convention in Philadelphia.
Attorney General Eric Holder is endorsing a proposal that would result in shorter prison sentences for certain nonviolent drug traffickers, saying the change would rein in bloated federal prison costs and create a fairer criminal justice system.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission will address concerns with mandatory minimum prison penalties.
Attorney general Eric Holder delivers speech at National Press Club.
Black men are getting longer sentences than white men for the same crimes, according to the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. wants to reduce the sentences that Black crack cocaine offenders serve by at least three years.