JLUSA leader David Gaspar on Rattling the Bars
May 30, 2023
2019 Leading with Conviction graduate David Gaspar joins Mansa Musa on Rattling the Bars to talk about the cash bail system in the U.S.
DeAnna Hoskins interview on Rattling the Bars
May 22, 2023
JLUSA President and CEO DeAnna Hoskins sat down recently with Mansa Musa, host of Rattling the Bars on The Real News Network.
“The Truth About Crime” Airs This Week on Scripps News
May 17, 2023
JLUSA President and CEO DeAnna Hoskins and Leading with Conviction 2019 graduate Eric Weaver interviewed for Scripps News
DeAnna Hoskins on the FDA’s proposed federal criminal ban on menthol products
May 9, 2023
Menthol and flavored tobacco are the tobacco products predominantly preferred by people of color, with over 80 percent of Black smokers using menthol.
DeAnna Hoskins interviewed on Roland Martin Unfiltered
May 3, 2023
On April 28, JLUSA President and CEO DeAnna Hoskins appeared on Roland Martin Unfiltered to speak about the launch of the JustUS Coordinating Council.
Missouri becomes first state to join Reentry 2030
April 26, 2023
Missouri has become the first state to join Reentry 2030, a national effort focused on improving people’s chances of success upon reentry to society.
Michigan has sentenced more kids to die in prison than any other U.S. state or country in the world
April 4, 2023
Ronnie Waters says no child should have to die in prison.
Keturah Herron speaks out against new anti-trans law
March 30, 2023
Leading with Conviction 2019 graduate and Kentucky State Representative Keturah Herron speaks out against the passage of Senate Bill 150.
Tracey Syphax speaks out about civilian review boards following Najee Seabrooks’ killing
March 23, 2023
JLUSA leader Tracey Syphax speaks out following Najee Seabrooks’ killing
Lester Young testifies in support of South Carolina’s Workforce Opportunity Act
March 6, 2023
JLUSA Senior Movement and Capacity Building Specialist Lester Young was featured on WIS News 10.
Breonna Taylor Three Years Later. What Have We Learned?
February 27, 2023
Leading with Conviction 2019 graduate Rep. Keturah Herron reflects on the state of things three years after the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
Philip Cooper speaks about barriers to reentry
February 15, 2023
Leading with Conviction 2022 graduate Philip Cooper speaks about barriers to reentry on CBS17.
Paying a Debt to Society: Expunging Criminal Records as a Pathway to Increased Employment
January 24, 2023
Hakim Crampton writes that expungement is a pathway to increased employment.
Does our criminal justice system allow for true redemption?
January 17, 2023
Rick Speck speaks about redemption and criminal legal reform with WDET.
Free to Succeed: Marlon Chamberlain
Leading with Conviction 2019 graduate Marlon Chamberlain tells his story.