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Just Mercy
Bryan Stevenson
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Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
Synopsis

Just Mercy (2014) is a walk through the American criminal justice system of the 1980s. These blinks explain how a system that is supposed to safeguard the rights of the nation’s citizens became an unjust tool to mistreat and abuse the most vulnerable members of society through mass incarceration and excessive sentencing.

Who should read these blinks?
  • Lawyers, judges and legal scholars
  • Anybody interested in the legal history of America
  • People wanting to understand the unjust nature of America’s criminal justice system
Who wrote the book?

Bryan Stevenson is a death row attorney who founded and serves as executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, an Alabama-based nonprofit organization that represents and advocates for subjugated people. In addition to his work at EJI, Stevenson is a professor of law at the New York University Law School.

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