Justice Day 2019 Livestream

February 26, 2019 – 9 AM to 1 PM

Can’t make it to Justice Day at the Capitol this year? We’ve got great news! The program will be livestreamed, so now you can watch the entire program and advocate from wherever you are. By tuning in and contacting your legislators via phone or email on Justice Day, you’ll be a part of the movement and let our lawmakers know that the demand for criminal justice reform is STRONG!

More info here: https://justiceday365.com/livestream

To learn more about criminal justice reform and check out materials for phone and email banking visit: https://justiceday365.com/lobbying-resources

You won’t want to miss our incredible lineup of speakers, including:

  • Douglas Ammar, Executive Director, Georgia Justice Project
  • Rabbi Peter S. Berg, The Temple
  • Representative David Dreyer, D – Atlanta, District 59
  • Pamela Winn, Founder, RestoreHER
  • Yusef Salaam, Activist and Inspirational Speaker
  • Josie Duffy Rice, Senior Reporter for The Appeal, Senior Strategist for The Justice Collaborative
  • Marlon Peterson, Writer and Host of DEcarcerated Podcast
  • Marilynn Winn, Executive Director, Women on the Rise
  • Sara Totonchi, Executive Director, Southern Center for Human -Rights
  • Imam Furqan Muhammad, Masjid Al-Mu’minun

The Justice Day 2019 Award will be presented to New Georgia Project for their leadership in empowering hundreds of thousands of unregistered Georgia voters of color through outreach and advocacy.

ACLU of Georgia – Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Barton Child Law & Policy Center – Common Good Atlanta – Community Council of Metropolitan Atlanta – End Mass Incarceration GA Network – End New Jim Crow Action Group – Faith in Public Life – Foreverfamily – Georgia Alliance for Social Justice – Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice – Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Georgia Innocence Project – Georgia Justice Project – Georgia Public Policy Foundation – Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty – Georgia Shift – Inner-City Muslim Action Network – Legal Action Center – Liberty County Reentry Coalition – Gideon’s Promise – NAACP, Georgia State Conference – National Incarceration Association – New Georgia Project Action Fund – New Life Second Chance – Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiative Atlanta/Fulton County – Rehoboth Family & Community Services – Repair the World – #RestoreHER – Southern Center for Human Rights – Southern Poverty Law Center – Southerners on New Ground – United Way of Greater Atlanta – Urban League of Greater Atlanta – Voices for Georgia’s Children – Women on the Rise

The Justice Reform Partnership is a coalition of over 80 organizations engaged in the fight for criminal justice reform. To learn more, visit https://JusticeDay365.com/