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    Race + Justice: Pittsburgh

    When it comes to criminal justice reform, Pittsburgh is at a crossroads.

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    Roundtable Conversations

    As part of the Race + Justice series, The Atlantic has convened roundtable dinners in nine cities with policymakers, community members and the news media. At each gathering, a senior Atlantic journalist guides an in-depth, on-the-record conversation on the state of justice in the local community.

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    Race + Justice
    Roundtable Conversations

    As part of the Race + Justice series, The Atlantic has convened roundtable dinners in eight cities with policymakers, community members and the news media. At each gathering, a senior Atlantic journalist guides an in-depth, on-the-record conversation on the state of justice in the local community.

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    Race + Justice: New Orleans

    What are the next steps for criminal justice reform in New Orleans?

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    Race + Justice: San Francisco

    What is the state of justice in San Francisco?

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    Race + Justice: Houston

    Houston, Texas is a microcosm of national trends in criminal justice. In one of the most diverse cities in the country, institutional stakeholders are seeking to address tensions between police and their communities, manage the intersection of immigration enforcement and the criminal justice system, reduce local jail populations, and reform prosecutions.

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    Race + Justice: Tucson

    The Atlantic will explore What comes next in creating a more effective and fairer justice system for Tucson and surrounding areas?

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    Race + Justice: Charlotte

    Taking into account the political, historical and demographic currents that shape the story of race in America—and in Charlotte—The Atlantic posed the question: What would “liberty and justice for all” actually look like in Charlotte?

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    Race + Justice:
    An Atlantic Summit

    The Atlantic convened educators, artists, activists, civic leaders, policy makers and journalists to explore how racial disparities in criminal justice, neighborhood change, movie portrayals and more relate to each other in Los Angeles.

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    Race and Justice in America: An Atlantic Summit

    The Atlantic examined the roots and ramifications of mass incarceration.