Riyana Srihari | Women Against Mass Incarceration

For decades, champions of progressive prison reform have pointed to mandatory minimum sentencing as a key driver of mass incarceration in the United States. These laws are often leveraged against nonviolent drug offenders, and tie judges’ hands by making them harshly punish those who pose no danger to their communities. The wonderful candidates on our Women Against Mass Incarceration slate are signees of the First Step Act and outspoken champions of criminal justice reform and abolition of mandatory minimums. Join us in propelling forward their movement to reduce imbalance in the courtroom and mass incarceration in the nationwide.

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