The Shriver Center on Poverty Law (Shriver Center) strives to build a future free of poverty, racism, and the interlocking systems that keep these injustices alive. The Community and Family Justice program seeks to address the impact of the criminal justice system and the child welfare system, two systems that perpetuate, deepen and criminalize poverty, on families and communities.
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Year awarded: 2022Period: 1 yearAmount awarded: $100,000Purpose: Community and Family Justice Program
Year awarded: 2019Period: 3 yearsAmount awarded: $300,000Purpose: Decarceration and Family Justice Project