Inside Philanthropy highlights JustLeadershipUSA’s national work
March 27, 2023
Today Inside Philanthropy published a story highlighting JustLeadershipUSA’s national work. Here’s an excerpt.
Dr. Patrice Palmer honored as one of six 2023 YWCA Columbus Women of Achievement
2015 Leading with Conviction graduate Dr. Patrice Palmer will be honored on April 27.
Jon Stewart takes on “America’s Incarceration Epidemic”
March 25, 2023
The latest episode of “The Problem with Jon Stewart” on Apple TV+ features formerly incarcerated leaders Mark Shervington and Jay Jordan.
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
Kim Woodson on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
March 22, 2023
Kim Woodson: A Global Vision for Providing Reentry Services for Formerly Incarcerated People
CSI On Trial Podcast Exposes Flaws in Forensics Used in Criminal Trials
March 21, 2023
New true crime podcast lays out the lack of science behind some of the most well-known CSI tools and tells the stories of those wrongfully convicted.
Edwin Fuller on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
March 16, 2023
Edwin Fuller on helping other justice-impacted individuals in Ohio find dignity and hope
Maggie Luna speaks about barriers facing formerly incarcerated Texans
JLUSA leader Maggie Luna spoke with Texas Observer about barriers to reentry.
UnPrisoned Handles Reentry with Care and Humor
March 15, 2023
The new dramedy UnPrisoned starring Kerry Washington premiered all eight episodes on Friday, March 10, and we binge-watched it!
National Press Conference – Tuesday, March 21 at 9am ET
March 14, 2023
Join us for a special press conference to announce the release of a groundbreaking new report and the launch of a bold new initiative.
JLUSA board member Ashish Prashar at CNN: “The tragedy when parents are incarcerated”
March 11, 2023
“Of course our criminal justice system absolutely should focus on holding people accountable, but in a way that does not perpetuate harm.”