Upcoming Events

Show Up! Stand Up! Speak Up!
Make the commitment to actively support every action
on every front in this movement. And let us know what we might have missed.

Justice Day at the Capitol

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.

Past Events

2020 Better Chances Symposium

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.

College Behind Bars

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.

Shatterproof 5K Atlanta

Nearly 90% of people who need treatment for addiction do not receive it. Rise Up with Shatterproof to shatter the stigma of addiction so that people receive the treatment they need.

International Prisoners Family Conference

Like most conferences, this one features dynamic knowledgeable speakers and provides opportunities to learn best practice approaches and exchange creative ideas, but it is so much more.  It offers such amazing opportunities to network and receive and provide encouragement and support that it has even been described as “magical!”  However, the “magical” part of this conference is intangible and cannot be fully understood without actually being there.

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

The CJCC represents the culmination of many efforts to establish a statewide body that would build consensus and unity among the State's diverse and interdependent, criminal justice system components.

Promoting Responsible Justice

FREE Summit open to the Public for a legal, Educational Purpose -- discussing the most important issues of our time – Criminal Justice Reform.

United for Justice

Calling all fans of soccer and social justice! Join Georgia Justice Project (GJP) for an evening of cheering on Atlanta United while communing with others invested in criminal justice reform.