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  • YouTube channel
  • On-site clips
    • Declaration of candidacy - Feb 8
    • Larry Krasner on Larry Krasner
    • Speech to supporters - March 24
    • Speech at Tax Day rally - April 15
  • Off-site clips
    • Mini-doc: Larry Krasner, Candidate for DA (by Michael Candelori)
    • Chestnut Hill debate - March 23
      • full (1:49:17)
      • highlight: The core of the problem is the culture of the DA's Office
    • At forum on juvenile lifers - April 7
    • Millennial Town Hall - April 12
    • Philly D.A. for the People Candidate Forum - April 18
    • Conversation about race, mass incarceration and more (Hood Newz) - April 25
    • Larry Krasner for DA by - May 10
    • Meet Larry Krasner (Democracy Now) - June 6
  • For more recent videos, see THE LATEST (category=videos)




News articles and analysis

About Larry Krasner

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  • How We Misunderstood Mass Incarceration | The New Yorker
    What makes for the madness of American incarceration? Pfaff has a simple explanation: it’s prosecutors.

  • Florida Prosecutor Takes a Bold Stand Against Death PenaltyThe New York Times
    Ms. Ayala said that the death penalty had failed as a deterrent and that it did nothing to protect law enforcement officers. She also cited the length of time between sentencing and execution, which often exceeds a decade, and the costs of capital cases.

  • Post Bail | NBC News Specials
    America’s justice system runs on the exchange of money for freedom. Some say that’s unfair. But can data fix it?

  • The Bail TrapThe New York Times
    Every year, thousands of innocent people are sent to jail only because they can’t afford to post bail, putting them at risk of losing their jobs, custody of their children — even their lives.

  • The Dangerous Domino Effect of Not Making BailThe Atlantic
    America’s money-bail system mostly traps low-level offenders who can’t afford their freedom while awaiting trial.

  •  Why Cops Don’t Get Charged When They Lie | Vice
    Even when police cross the "blue wall of silence" and tell on fellow officers who beat suspects and lie about it, some prosecutors don't know or don't care.