Have you been sitting on the sidelines, wanting to engage in the fight for justice for those directly impacted by an unjust criminal justice system? Explore 4 types of activism, 4 roles you can play in advancing change, and 7 ways to be an effective advocate. Learn more about national advances on key issues such as ending life without parole and ending cash bail. Experience a hopeful outlook based on the collaborative work of individuals, returning residents, churches, communities, and others. Explore ways of how you can get involved to impact your own context.
Kimberlee A. Johnson (K-lee) is an educator, activist, justice advocate, and clergy leader. She serves on the faculty at Eastern University where she is also the Director of the Prison Education Program (@EUprisoned). Her devotion to Christ and commitment to loving her neighbor have fueled decades of social justice involvement centering around bringing an end to mass incarceration. Dr. J. is affiliated with the Philadelphia Bail Fund and Decarcerate PA. She is also the founder, overseer, and president of the Fellowship of Women Clergy (@FWClergy) which provides a setting for the intentional and mutual edification of women ministers.