Bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives calls for the end of the crack vs powder cocaine disparity in sentencing.
Panelists named to discuss the crack vs. powder cocaine disparities during virtual reporters roundtable next Tuesday.
Prison fellowship is partnering with FAMM to discuss the crack vs. powder cocaine disparities during virtual reporters roundtable next Tuesday.
Statement from Prison Fellowship’s CEO James Ackerman in response to the events of last week at the U.S. Capitol, as seen through the unique perspective of the life and work of our founder, Chuck Colson.
Hillsong NYC ran a 280-mile relay from Manhattan to Washington, DC. to raise money for Prison Fellowship’s criminal justice reform efforts.
Prison Fellowship to host April 6th prayer walk event around the White House for Second Chance Month this Saturday.
It was already hot in Washington, D.C., on July 10, but justice advocates turned up the heat on lawmakers. Around 300 demonstrators flocked in from both coasts for the Families for Justice Reform NOW rally, sponsored by Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), Prison Fellowship®, and others.
Thirteen years ago, two journalists, one who had become pen pals with a prisoner on death row, created a book club called Free Minds in a D.C. jail. Today, about 940 juvenile prisoners have participated, and Free Minds has expanded outside of the jail, too, so members can continue to support one another through written word after release.