Marc Mauer: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment

Marc Mauer is the executive director of the Sentencing Project, a national nonprofit organization engaged in research advocacy on criminal justice policy. Mauer has written extensively and testified before Congress and other legislative bodies. His critically acclaimed book, Race to Incarcerate, was named a semifinalist for the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, and he is the coeditor of Invisible Punishment, a collection of essays that examine the social costs of incarceration. Mauer frequently lectures before a broad range of national and international audiences, appears regularly on television and radio networks, and is an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University. Mauer is the recipient of the Donald Cressey Award for contributions to criminal justice research, the Alfred Lindesmith Award for drug policy scholarship, and the Maud Booth Award for correctional services.

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