Criminal Justice Reform
The Fund for Safe Communities was established in 2018 to support tangible, specific, and meaningful actions to address and prevent violence. Learn more about the fund, our recent micro grants, and our advisory committee.See Resource
Emmy award-winning reporter and anchor Jason DeRusha sat down with Chanda to discuss the challenges media faced in the wake of George Floyd's murder and throughout the pandemic.
We are committed to dismantling the pervasive racial inequities of our society’s criminal legal system. Explore the ways we are pursuing justice, equity, and healing.
Criminal Justice Reform Feed
As the Founding Director of NYU’s Policing Project, Barry Friedman is committed to bringing data-driven best practices to policing. Barry and Chanda discuss what a holistic view of public safety would look like and why we need to build in more front-end accountability into our policing system,Listen
As a pastor, activist, author, and filmmaker, Dr. Otis Moss III preaches messages of love and justice. Chanda sat down with Otis to talk about his family’s legacy, why our community needs public health – not public safety, and why it’s important to understand the totality of Black history.Listen
The final round of micro grants has been awarded to local groups that have been working to address community trauma and create healing spaces in the weeks leading up to the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder.Read Story