Cast your vote for JustLeadershipUSA at South by Southwest!
August 11, 2022
Help bring formerly incarcerated voices to audiences at next year's South by Southwest festival.
JLUSA leader Brandon Smith on CNN’s “United Shades of America”
August 9, 2022
Brandon Smith speaks about incarcerated firefighters on "United Shades of America" with W. Kamau Bell
JLUSA leader Saad Soliman speaks about how the recession may impact formerly incarcerated BIPOC
August 5, 2022
Saad Soliman speaks with PRISM about how the recession may make things worse for formerly incarcerated BIPOC.
Jayland Walker Shooting Revives Debate About How Police Interact with Black People
July 7, 2022
JLUSA President & CEO DeAnna Hoskins speaks out on the murder of Jayland Walker
How Roe v. Wade’s Reversal Will Impact Incarcerated Women
June 27, 2022
MSNBC’s Michael Steele spoke to Deanna Hoskins, President of JustLeadershipUSA, about the impact the Court’s decision could have on incarcerated women
Ronald Simpson-Bey discusses instilling safety within U.S. prisons and jails with Chicago Beyond
June 6, 2022
Chicago Beyond hosted a virtual conversation featuring Executive Vice President Ronald Simpson-Bey on instilling safety within U.S. prisons and jails.
Leading with Conviction 2021 fellow Ashley Goldon explains why Michigan’s new “Clean Slate” law falls short
June 2, 2022
#LwC2021 fellow Ashley Goldon speaks with Crain's Detroit Business.
DeAnna Hoskins at PBS NewsHour: What Reentry 2030 Is About
May 20, 2022
Reentry 2030 is a collaboration among JLUSA, the Council of State Governments Justice Center, the Correctional Leaders Association.
Overturning Roe v. Wade: JLUSA Leaders Speak Out on the Impact on Incarcerated Women
May 16, 2022
#LwC2015 fellow Lauren Johnson joined JLUSA President & CEO DeAnna Hoskins to speak with VICE news about the impact of overturning Roe v. Wade.
Leading with Conviction 2022 fellow Keeda Haynes explains why we must demand the U.S. Senate pass the MORE Act now
May 4, 2022
Leading with Conviction 2022 fellow Keeda Haynes went on MSNBC last month to talk about the importance of the MORE Act.
Celebrating Second Chance Month
April 28, 2022
Everyone deserves a second chance, and this month we're celebrating our leaders working to build support systems for formerly incarcerated people acro
I’m hoping to remove barriers for people coming home, some of the same barriers that I encountered.
November 10, 2021
Richard Speck is a Community Engagement Specialist at Safe and Just Michigan.
I want to see the resources that are provided to certain populations be provided equally for all.
October 27, 2021
David Gaspar is National Director of Operations at The Bail Project.
You can feel the rumbling of the earth underneath you when you work in this field.
October 14, 2021
Debra Wright supervises substance use disorder programs throughout Michigan.
I would love to see us reshape the whole system in a way that’s more just for all people.
September 24, 2021
Tony Gant is the Policy Director for Nation Outside