I Believe in Approaching Things from a Place of Possibility. If We Lose Hope, Then We Have Nothing.
August 9, 2018
JustLeadershipUSA and LwC keep me hopeful as well.
Vidal’s Corner Episode 2: Voting in New York while on Parole
August 8, 2018
JLUSA Community Organizer Vidal Guzman discusses voting on parole in New York State.
A New Normal in Philadelphia: A Dispatch from the Field
July 11, 2018
Reuben Jones charts the enormous progress of the #CLOSEthecreek campaign.
#CLOSEmsdf: A Dispatch from the Field
June 26, 2018
The #CLOSEmsdf Campaign is going strong, and we’ve only just begun.
Vidal’s Corner Episode 1: Ending the Gang Database in New York City
May 24, 2018
Vidal Guzman breaks down why the NYPD gang database must end
The Sleeping Giant
May 22, 2018
JLUSA Fair Hiring Project Coordinator Megan French-Marcelin sits down with Norris Henderson, founder and Executive director of VOTE.
I am the Policy Coordinator for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition in Los Angeles.
May 17, 2018
We provide hundreds of formerly incarcerated people with mentorship, mental health services, supportive housing, access to jobs and education.
A Struggle to Survive: Motherhood Post-Incarceration
May 15, 2018
Like so many mothers I spent this past Sunday—Mother’s Day—with my children. But for me it’s a day that’s more about my children than it is about me.
Bill of Rights for Criminalized Workers: The New Standard of Economic Justice
May 10, 2018
Over 70 million people in the United States have a criminal record. For people living with a record...
Real Reform Means that I Can Tell My 8 Year Old Daughter Miracle that She Doesn’t Have to be Afraid Anymore of Walking While Black
May 3, 2018
JLUSA’s Leading with Conviction training compares to nothing I’ve ever been a part of.
May Day Reading List
May 1, 2018
On May Day, a day about working people who we know are most powerful when they are organized, we release the first JLUSA reading list...