Georgia Justice Project (GJP) is excited to welcome two new staff members, Ann Colloton and Zandria Redding. Zandria Redding Zandria Redding joins GJP as the Reentry Employment Specialist, connecting formerly justice-involved individuals with employment opportunities. Zandria’s work will focus on … Continue reading
On Saturday, January 27th GJP partnered with Fulton County Solicitor General Keith Gammage’s office for the Labor & Government Restorative Justice Freedom Summit. The purpose of the summit was to assist individuals with a criminal record, who qualified, have their … Continue reading
Georgia Justice Project will be in Albany on Tuesday, February 6th, for two presentations in partnership with the Georgia Prisoner Reentry Initiative! GJP partners with the Georgia Prisoner Reentry Initiative to provide presentations to those with a criminal record and … Continue reading
The Annie E. Casey Foundation highlights Georgia Justice Project’s efforts to improve employment opportunities for individuals with a criminal record. Read more here.
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“The big winner was the Georgia Justice Project,” said Lesley Grady, senior vice president of the Community Foundation who helped coordinate the College. GJP received $102,500 — $100,000 from the group and $2,500 from one of the participants. GJP, which has … Continue reading
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