Criminal and Juvenile Justice (Baltimore)

The Open Society Institute-Baltimore's Criminal and Juvenile Justice Program supports advocacy, public education, research, grassroots organizing, litigation and demonstration projects that focus on reforming racial and social inequities at critical stages of the criminal and juvenile justice systems: arrest, detention and pre-trial/pre-adjudication; sentencing, incarceration, and pre-release; and reentry and reintegration into the community. Eligibility is limited to organizations that impact the lives of Baltimore City residents.

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