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A Commitment to Racial Justice from the ATSA Board of Directors

ATSA LogoAll of us on the Executive Board of Directors and in the Office of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers share the world’s outrage and grief over the killings of Sandra Bland, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and so many others whose lives were taken due to the effects of systemic racism and our society’s reluctance to address it.

We understand that Black, Brown, and Indigenous people are disproportionately represented within the criminal justice system and are more likely to be marginalized and labeled as high-risk to offend or reoffend. Because ATSA’s members work with individuals that society constantly marginalizes, we also see on a daily basis how marginalization negatively affects individuals’ well-being, hope, resilience, and ability to safely reintegrate into society.


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