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End Slavery for All

During the past two years I have become much more interested in criminal justice reform as a result of visiting an inmate serving a life sentence, seeing how greatly he has changed, and hearing about others who have also made positive changes in their lives. Throughout this time I have wondered what Quakers might do to support criminal justice reform that would also contribute to ending the racial bias inherent in the current system. Recently, I was asked if I knew that slavery was still legal in the United States. Of course I๐Ÿ”’

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John Andrew Gallery lives in Philadelphia, Pa. He can be contacted at jagphila@mac.com.


Posted in: September 2016, Viewpoint

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