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.”
From Serving Life to Serving a Lifetime as Ghanaian Chief
March 10, 2023
Former JLUSA staff member Bobby Harris was joined by JLUSA President/CEO DeAnna Hoskins for his enstoolment ceremony as chief of a village in Ghana.
Brittany Lovely on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
March 6, 2023
Anger used to be her driving force. Today she is motivated by love to tear down the criminal legal system and rebuild something just in its place.
Lester Young testifies in support of South Carolina’s Workforce Opportunity Act
JLUSA Senior Movement and Capacity Building Specialist Lester Young was featured on WIS News 10.
Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, Endangers More Than 2,000 Incarcerated People and Exposes Systemic Racism in the U.S.
March 3, 2023
JLUSA speaks out on systemic racism exposed by train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Emerging Leaders participant Marie Franklin running for mayor of East St. Louis, Illinois
March 2, 2023
Marie Franklin says the training she received at an Emerging Leaders training in 2022 helped prepare her to run for office.
Marlon Chamberlain on “Permanent Punishments”
February 28, 2023
Marlon Chamberlain reveals the invisible bars called “permanent punishments” that follow people long after their prison sentences have been served.
Andrew Winn on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
February 27, 2023
As a kid, he enjoyed playing in the dirt. Today he helps give people in 10 California prisons the experience of gardening.
Breonna Taylor Three Years Later. What Have We Learned?
Leading with Conviction 2019 graduate Rep. Keturah Herron reflects on the state of things three years after the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
Avalon Betts-Gaston on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
February 22, 2023
She is fighting for her fellow women and girls, both inside prisons and after re-entry.
Tony McCright on the JustUs Speaks Podcast
February 16, 2023
He ran his illegal enterprises like a business. So when he got out of prison, he decided to use those same talents for helping others build wealth.