This final advocacy day allows attendees to learn about the current status of criminal justice reform bills in the session and what can be done to help good bills pass and stop bad ones.
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This advocacy day will allow attendees to learn about ways to increase access to preventative care, treatment for conditions that coincide with criminal justice involvement and law enforcement training on why/how to divert individuals to treatment.
This advocacy day will provide attendees with information about the current efforts to address these harsh practices and offer opportunities for people to advocate for reform.
Justice Day will bring together a wide array of community members and organizations to show Georgia lawmakers that there is still a need for criminal justice reform.
This advocacy day allows attendees to learn and talk to their legislators about why 17-year-olds deserve fair, developmentally-appropriate treatment and how Georgia can save money by Raising the Age.
This advocacy day will help attendees learn about the current efforts to expand expungement and voting rights for people with a criminal history.
This advocacy day will help attendees understand the key differences between decriminalization and reclassification and discuss best practices for reducing the harsh impact of the criminal legal system
Meeting for family members and significant others of offenders incarcerated in the Georgia prison system.
This advocacy day will help attendees better understand how failed policies are impacting communities in Georgia and empower Georgia citizens to demand more effective alternatives.
This advocacy day will focus on the ways that fines and fees are causing long sentences and denying people opportunities to be successful.
Celebration of citizens who demonstrated incredible achievements through the Second Chance they have been given. At our 2020 Symposium we will focus on individuals who have turned their Second Chance into a Better Chance.
Explore the transformative power of education through the eyes of a dozen incarcerated men and women trying to earn college degrees – and a chance at new beginnings.