On February 2, 2017, Georgia Justice Project came together with thirteen other organizations, directly impacted individuals, and concerned citizens to promote criminal justice reform in our state. We had 275 people participants, representing 44 senate districts and 80 representative districts across Georgia.
Many thanks to our partner organizations who joined us in this important endeavor: the Southern Center for Human Rights, Interfaith Children’s Movement, ACLU, Georgia Appleseed, Central Outreach & Advocacy Center, NAACP, Georgia Public Policy Foundation, Barton Child Law and Policy Center, JUSTGeorgia, Faith in Public Life, Georgia Center for Opportunity, and the National Incarceration Association.
2017 Justice Day Information:
Justice Day 2017 Video