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THE OLYMPICS. TIME TO RETHINK?
August 23rd 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
While my social media has been filled with various hot takes on issues arising out of the Olympic games currently being held—the injustice of Sha’Carri
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THE DEFEAT OF THE FOR THE PEOPLE ACT AND WHAT COMES NEXT
July 14th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
Last entry I detailed the recent stepped-up attack by Republican-led legislatures on voting rights and the importance of this fight. Here, I plan to detail what
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THE ATTACK ON VOTING RIGHTS
July 01st 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
Alright, folks, this is going to be a little lengthy. In fact, I am going to break this up into two separate posts. There is a lot to cover and I literally cannot
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ASIAN AND PACIFIC AMERICANS REFUSE TO BE IGNORED
May 28th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
There is a lot to celebrate as May was Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, and on June 12th we will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of
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LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE: WHAT COULD THAT MEAN FOR A JUVENILE?
May 18th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
Beginning in 2005, the United States Supreme Court began to acknowledge what people who study the adolescent brain had known for some time: that juvenile brains are
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THE CALIFORNIA ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN JUDGES ASSOCIATION (CAPAJA) HOSTS VIRTUAL EVENT
April 28th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
The California Asian Pacific American Judges Association (CAPAJA) Hosts Virtual Event, “What are Hate Crimes, and What Can AAPI Attorneys Do About Them?” Join
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DEREK CHAUVIN GUILTY VERDICT
April 27th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
I needed a few days to process the news that Derek Chauvin was convicted of the murder of George Floyd. Like many who dedicate themselves to justice and to the reform
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CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT ISSUES LANDMARK OPINION ON BAIL
April 23rd 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
March 25, 2021, will go down in history as a landmark day in the fight for criminal justice reform. The California Supreme Court unanimously held that California’s
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VIRGINIA BECOMES THE 23RD STATE TO END THE DEATH PENALTY
April 09th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
On Wednesday, March 24th, the Commonwealth of Virginia became the 23rd state in the nation to abolish the death penalty when Governor Ralph Northam signed a bill
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THE COST OF POLICE MISCONDUCT
March 15th 2021 | By: Frances Prizzia | Uncategorized
Recently, a spotlight has been placed on police brutality. The ubiquity of cell phone cameras and re-energized civil rights movement have made national news out of
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