Rachel Bloom is an Advocacy and Policy Strategist for the American Civil Liberties Union. Her work focuses on state based criminal justice reform, with particular attention paid to drug testing of public benefit recipients, collateral consequences, private prisons and policing. Focusing on these issues, she works with ACLU affiliates throughout the country, as well as with national partners, to advance progressive reform and defeat regressive legislation. Ms. Bloom is a proud alumnae of Barnard College and received her Masters degree in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics.
Jun 28, 2011
Being Poor Is Not a Crime
May 19, 2011
Florida Law Punishes Poor People for Being Poor
Sep 3, 2010
A Very Big Thank You!
Mar 26, 2010
Prison as Punishment, Not for Punishment
Nov 13, 2009
Fighting for Voting Rights for All Americans
Jul 28, 2009
Eligible to Vote in Washington
May 8, 2009
In Honor of Jack Kemp, Voting Rights Advocate
Dec 8, 2008
I Have the Right to Vote…Right?
Oct 24, 2008
"I Can't Vote, I Was Locked Up."