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New museum highlights our nation’s history from enslavement to mass incarceration

As an ardent proponent of criminal justice reform, it is a happy coincidence that my birth month coincides with the April 2018 opening of an historic museum in Montgomery, Alabama, The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration. The impetus for my advocacy grew out of the nearly 16-year incarceration of my son--now deceased—and its… Continue reading New museum highlights our nation’s history from enslavement to mass incarceration

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Update: “Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March”

"Millions for Prisoner Human Rights March"  Speakers have been confirmed for the "Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March." They include Ramona Afrika (MOVE Organization); April Groggins (D.C. Black Lives Matter); Natalie M. Cohen (Prison Lives Matter); General Parker (Central Illinois Coalition of Black Trade Unionists); and Shaundra Scott (ACLU, South Carolina) DATE:  Saturday, August 19, 2017… Continue reading Update: “Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March”

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D.C. March for prisoners’ human rights

On my podcast, "One Mother's Voice," I advocate that families of inmates become active in criminal justice reform by whatever means necessary---lobby for reforms, donate to advocacy groups, pressure state and federal legislators, or form support groups. An upcoming march and rally sponsored by iamWE (part of the Prisoner Advocacy Network) offers an opportunity to take… Continue reading D.C. March for prisoners’ human rights