Two stories, neither having to do with anyone entering the justice system but with both criminal justice and racial justice undertones require serious and intentional addressing sooner than later.
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Criminal Justice & Racial Justice
As I went through my Facebook feed I ran across a post that really touched me hard. Why is it still this way in America? Why must some people feel this way? Sadly, there is no escape. We are all searching for justice. Some have never known it but in some arbitrary manner.
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