Growing up in the Bronx, Jenay Nurse Guilford witnessed firsthand how the power of the criminal justice system can be wielded to drastically alter—or in some cases destroy—the lives of her relatives and neighbors.

She recalls being in the courtroom when one of her cousins received a lengthy sentence under New York’s draconian Rockefeller Drug Laws—an experience she described as “devastating” for her family.

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