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Defining equity: The term equity refers to the system of justice and fairness, where there is an even-handed treatment of all the people.

1 Stopping The Cycle Of Incarceration | Jon Feinman | TEDxCambridge

Gepubliceerd op 22 jun. 2016
We are currently spending $64B – $80B a year to incarcerate people. But what if that’s not the best solution? What if our current solution is actually the cause of the problem. Jon Feinman discusses how our instincts play into a system of mass incarceration, and how we can focus on including people rather than segregating.

As founder and executive director of InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW), Jon is focused on aligning the vision, strategy, culture, and growth of ICW to increase economic mobility and social inclusion for young people at the highest-risk for violence; all while shifting perceptions, so that the factors that lead to segregated pockets of violence fade away changing the course for future generations. Building upon his experience with AmeriCorps and as a personal trainer, Jon received his MBA from Babson College in 2010 where he launched ICW.

 

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2 Innocent Man Imprisoned for 24 Years – Now His Ex-Wife Wants His Payout

20 jun. 2013

Steven Phillips was wrongly convicted of sexual assault but then exonerated and freed after 24 years in prison. He received a settlement worth $6 million from the state of Texas, but his ex-wife Traci Tucker, who divorced him around nine years into his sentence, sued for a cut of the money.
 
She actually won, but Phillips is now appealing the decision. Does Tucker deserve the money? If so, how much? How much pain and suffering do the spouses and other relatives experience when a loved one is imprisoned? Should Tucker have sued the state instead of her ex-husband? Does anyone else deserve Phillips’ money?
 

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3 Ohio Innocence Project 2018

19 apr. 2018

You can donate to the Ohio Innocence Project online here: https://foundation.uc.edu/donate?id=4…

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4 The Price of Freedom (2006) | 60 Minutes Australia

 

Gepubliceerd op 27 apr. 2017

 
Corruption, threats, shady backroom deals worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, that’s just part of it. On 60 Minutes the first time – the real story of Michelle Leslie. You be the judge, this time with all the evidence. Reporter: Liz Hayes Producers: Glenda Gaitz, Lincoln Howes
 

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5 Trapped: Part One | 60 Minutes

 

Gepubliceerd op 10 apr. 2018

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6 Trapped: Part Two | 60 Minutes

 

Gepubliceerd op 11 apr. 2018

 

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7 Trapped | Extra Minutes

 

Gepubliceerd op 11 apr. 2018


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8 The secret network of women who watched over Rahaf Mohammed’s escape – The Fifth Estate

 

In première gegaan op 4 mrt. 2019

 
An untold number of people have been credited with helping Rahaf Mohammed escape Saudi Arabia and make her way to Canada. There’s little talk, however, about the help of a secret society to which Rahaf gave a public face. It’s a network of like-minded young women who’ve only met online yet have taken the courageous decision to put their lives in each other’s hands. This network has a presence in Canada.
 


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9 Bomb Squad Recruits Kid To Diffuse Car Bombs Prank

28 okt. 2011

Police officer from the bomb squad stops cars to search them for hidden explosive devices. When he finds one, he enlists a little kid to go retrieve it and make it explode in a garbage somewhere far away from them. 
 
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