Color of Change initiated 100 Days of Justice, its campaign to hold district attorneys to their promises of criminal justice reform, with a new animated video on how prosecutors fuel mass incarceration. Narrator Common breaks down the various systems that allow prosecutors to disproportionately put Black and Brown people people behind bars in the first video of the series, which was posted on January 7.
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