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Senior Digital Engagement Manager. “I work at Common Justice because I believe in the power of digital media as a tool to change the narrative around incarceration and justice in the United States.”
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2021 Mass Incarceration

Police Don't Belong At Pride
By D'Angelo Cameron on June 25, 2021

The Pride we know started as a protest against police violence. For the past 25 years, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has marched in the legendary New York City Pride parade....

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2021 Mass Incarceration

More Police Is Not The Answer To Gun Violence
By D'Angelo Cameron on May 26, 2021

As gun violence spikes in cities like New York, many are looking to mass incarceration to solve the issue instead of addressing the root causes of violence. With life adjusting to the...

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News Violence 2021

Violence Prevention Is Infrastructure
By D'Angelo Cameron on April 28, 2021

President Biden’s $5 billion commitment to evidence-based violence intervention programs is a move in the right direction, but we must do more. In early April, President Joe Biden...

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Trying to Survive a Pandemic While Black
By D'Angelo Cameron on January 4, 2021

Surviving a pandemic is almost impossible in a country founded on anti-Blackness.    At 26, I survived COVID-19. It's sobering to think that the virus responsible for bringing the world...

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How We Can Make Our Communities Safer
By D'Angelo Cameron on January 2, 2021

With the end of this summer, we must double down on solutions that are already making our communities safer. The Labor Day holiday brought with it the unofficial end to a summer that...

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