The Riverdale Press: Don’t speak for crime victims — just listen to us

    Square One Project: What Makes a city safe

    Boston Review: Making Communities Safe, Without The Police

    Danielle Sered — Redefining Accountability

    NY Amsterdam News: New report identifies blindspots in victims of violent crime compensation

    The City: Violent Crime Victims in New York Struggle to Access Funds Due to Them

    Eliminating Barriers To Healing

    NY State Needs Fair Access to Victim Compensation

    Legislative roundup with Sen. Zellnor Myrie

    Lawmakers and advocates push for parole reform as legislative session comes to a close

    Another Voice: New York criminal law must value the possibilities of redemption

    Violence & Restorative Justice with Danielle Sered

    Lawyers And Legal Experts Discuss The Role Of Prosecutors In Criminal Justice

    Op-Ed: We must provide more support to victims & survivors

    Crime victims groups push parole overhaul in New York

    Advocates push for three bills to end cycle of violence

    Don’t speak for crime victims — just listen to us

    Common Justice’s Statement on the New York State Budget

    Common Justice, Councilmembers Mercedes Narcisse and Tiffany Cabán celebrate the passage of Resolution #0025-2022, which calls upon NYS to pass A.8619A (Meeks)/S.7573 (Myrie).

    Common Justice’s Statement on Governor Hochul’s Plan to Rollback Major Criminal Justice Reforms

    Common Justice Testimony Women and Gender Equity Hearing on Survivor Access to Services


    How a Federal Fund For Crime Victims Discriminates Against Black and Brown Survivors

    Solutions To Violence: Creating Safety without Prisons or Policing

    The Common Justice Podcast, Episode 1: Crimmigration

    Discussion Guide – Until We Reckon: Violence, Mass Incarceration, And A Road To Repair

    Is Prison The Answer To Violence?

    Beyond Offender and Victim

    Beyond Innocence

    COVID-19 Release Efforts Must Include People Who Commit Violence

    Expanding the Reach of Victim Services

    The Only Way To Tackle Mass Incarceration Is To Address The Issue Of Those Convicted Of Violent Offenses

    Until We Reckon Press

    Michelle Alexander and Reckoning With Violence

    Common Justice: Responding to Violence Without Incarceration

    Building A Narrative to Address Violence in the U.S.

    Common Justice featured on AFROPUNK Solution Sessions

    Ever After

    Common Justice Executive Director Danielle Sered talks with Dean Obeidallah

    Accounting for Violence: How to Increase Safety and Break Our Failed Reliance on Mass Incarceration

    Fighting For 'Common Justice',For Crime Victims And Their Perpetrators

    Why Violence Is the Missing Piece of The Criminal Justice Reform Puzzle

    Offender Meets Victims: A 'Survivor-Centered' Approach To Violent Crime


    In Bid To Build Trust, New York City Adds Victims' Allies In All Precincts

    Restorative Justice: Why Do We Need It?

    New Federal Funding Will Increase Victim Services To Young Men Of Color

    Fostering Accountability Among Young Adults: Restorative Justice as a Developmentally Targeted Intervention

    The Politics Of Healing: Closing The Gap In Services For Young Men Of Color Harmed By Violence

    New Website Aims To Increase Victim Services For Young Men Of Color

    The Case for Diversion/Race and Justice in America

    Black Wounds Matter

    BK Live 4.30.15: Healing & Recovery Conference

    NYC Dance Performance Targets Social Injustice

    Op-Ed: Crime Victims Are Not Who You Think

    Young Men of Color and the Other Side of Harm

    The Forgotten Victims Of Violence

    New Issue Brief Explores Lack Of Victim Services For Young Men Of Color