Neighbor to Neighbor...
When it hits your doorstep: Vincia's Story 

"I’ve always considered myself to be highly empathetic. I mean I felt for people who were going through one painful situation or another; suffering loss through multiple ways. But I honestly can’t say that I empathized with those who were incarcerated for alleged criminal behavior until that shadow darkened my doorway." Read Vincia's story here.
NIA Feature Column

Across the country, judges, police chiefs, public defenders, prosecutors, formerly incarcerated people, advocates and allies are looking to confront our broken justice system and seek opportunities to drive change and promote equity for all people.

This Vera Institute of Justice report shines a spotlight on the last year of developments in the field with the hope to understand the potential impact of reform, and help create a roadmap for the upcoming year. Read More

National Day of Empathy

On March 6th, we will organize at the Capitol where participants will pass out flyers, march with posters, and meet with legislators to express support of HB 857, The Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act in Georgia. 

Meet time: 8:30 @ GA State Capitol (corners of Washington St. & Trinity Ave.) Learn More

T-Shirts and signs provided. Please RSVP to
Stay Connected. Stay Strong!
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Office of the Regional Health Administrator, Region 4, is hosting a FREE convening on April 13, 2018, from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm, for hundreds of families impacted by incarceration at Morehouse School of Medicine.

Stay Connected. Stay Strong! will offer a full-day of empowering these families with the strategies, tools, and resources needed to Stay Connected and to Stay Strong! Learn More
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