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A coalition of big names in sports and entertainment is taking on criminal justice reform. [Read More]
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Chris Brown was detained and let go in Paris this week after a woman claimed the controversial artist raped her. [Read More]
The 76ers, Nets and Patriots are partnering with Meek Mill and Jay-Z to start a new organization advocating for justice reform. [Read More]
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The criminal justice reform organization includes JAY-Z, Meek Mill, Sixers co-owner Michael Rubin, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and more. [Read More]
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Rappers Jay-Z and Meek Mill announced Wednesday they are launching a new criminal justice reform organization aimed at "dramatically" reducing the number of people in... [Read More]
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Since Meek Mill's release from prison, the Philadelphia native embarked on a new journey to help those unjustly trapped by the criminal justice system. [Read More]
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"Meek and I started shifting our conversation from 'How do we get him out of prison?' to 'How do we apply this to millions of... [Read More]
After Mill's high-profile case opened people's eyes to issues with probation and parole, he's working to fix it–alongside sports and entertainment luminaries like Jay-Z. [Read More]
A coalition of big names in sports and entertainment is taking on criminal justice reform. Rappers Meek Mill and Jay-Z joined the owners of the... [Read More]
Philadelphia native Meek Mill will join fellow rapper Jay-Z, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Sixers co-owner Michael Rubin and a group of criminal justice... [Read More]
Jay-Z and Meek Mill have joined forces to help create the REFORM alliance, an organization that will fight for criminal justice reform. [Read More]
Along with the 76ers owner Michael Rubin and Patriots owner Robert Kraft, the REFORM Alliance founders have contributed $50 million. [Read More]
A new coalition was announced Wednesday in Manhattan to create an organization to reform the American criminal justice system. [Read More]
A new coalition was announced Wednesday in Manhattan to create an organization to reform the American criminal justice system. [Read More]
A new coalition was announced Wednesday in Manhattan to create an organization to reform the American criminal justice system. [Read More]
A coalition of big names in sports and entertainment is taking on criminal justice reform. [Read More]
There's a "major announcement coming." [Read More]
Founding partners include 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Brooklyn Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai, and others... [Read More]
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