Activists Launch “March 2 Justice” for Police, Prison Reform

HeadlineApr 14, 2015

Activists have launched a nine-day march from New York City to Washington, D.C., to call for sweeping criminal justice reform from police departments to the courts. The 250-mile “March 2 Justice” seeks an end to racial profiling and militarized policing, as well as the dismantling of “the societal and institutional pillars of mass incarceration.”

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