The Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal is proud to present Voices from the Community. This feature will allow us to publish pieces written by those affected by the legal system, so that our Journal is not merely one of academic discourse, but one that invites persons experiencing injustice to add their perspectives to our publication. In our introductory piece, Juan Moreno Haines, a man currently incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, lends firsthand insight on felon disenfranchisement and how it affects him and the other men with whom he is incarcerated.
Juan Moreno Haines,
Editorial: Voting Rights for the Incarcerated,
8 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 105
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