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Last month, JAY-Z and Meek Mill announced the launch of a new criminal justice reform organization called REFORMAlliance. The organization, inspired by Meek’s ongoing battles with the law, would focus on reforming parole and probation policies. The two rappers were among the new group’s founding partners. Also on that list were a group of billionaires: 76ers owner Michael Rubin, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai, hedge fund manager and investor Daniel Loeb, cryptocurrency titan Michael Novogratz, and Vista Equity Partners founder Robert Smith. With people like that on board, it was no surprise that REFORM Alliance began with $50 million in funding.
Van Jones is steering the ship. The longtime activist has been working on criminal justice issues since the mid-1990s. In the years since, he has founded and run multiple organizations, started his own show on CNN, and even worked for a while in the Obama administration as an adviser on green jobs, climate and energy initiatives. His latest job is REFORM Alliance CEO. 🚨🌎💥 Tidal RocNation
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