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 Mass incarceration and mass decarceration have been the primary two ends of the political spectrum. It’s been statistical proven that imprisoning large swaths of Americans doesn’t prevent crime and doesn’t rehabilitate offenders. Likewise, while decarceration is a generous idea, it is highly unlikely that the criminal justice system will allow literally hundreds of thousands of convicted felons to be released from prison. But there’s a third way…  What if instead of locking all of the young black and brown men in prison, we saved them before they become tangled in the web of a justice system bent on punitive measures? What if we invested in the young men and women who were at-risk by sustaining well-funded tech programs, financial literacy courses and personal development  curricula that give hope instead of despair? The cost of one prisoner can be the cost of saving one child.

Precarceration Theory - The 3rd way

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