Legacies on Legacies. It’s beautiful to walk in the path our forefather Martin Luther King Jr has paved for us. Visiting his fathers church was truly affirming & humbling. To stand unapologetic, Redefining and reimagining what Black Power Movements look like, together, One Community At a Time. (With Birmingham City Council Woman Sheila Tyson and Mr. Ross Founder of The Ross Foundation)
"All I did was introduce two people and I got 24 years.
I was charged with conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. No drugs were found on me, in my house or my car. In fact, there were never any drugs found in this case at all. I was the last one arrested in a conspiracy with 17 people and the only ones that I knew where the two guys I introduced. I had never met or heard of any of these other people at all.
They offered me a reduction of sentence if I testified against others, but I honestly had no information to provide."
Gracie Ann Walker was a nonviolent drug offender when she received a 24 year mandatory minimum sentence for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. She served over 10 years before receiving clemency from President Obama on August 30, 2016.
11 hours ago
Big thank you to Anka Behavioral Health @ankabehavioralhealth for hosting your hiring event in our Resource Room. It was great to have you here offering maintenance opportunities to participants in the NOW Program and Goodwill’s Employment Readiness Program!
When we stand together, we can make the ground shake Thank you to our guests, Hofstra University film students, for stopping by to meet some of our members at our support group! Looking forward to a great collaboration.
14 hours ago
This is real #freemeekmill but also free all the Robert Williams that are locked up and have fallen victim to an unjust criminal justice system and pose no safety risks to our communities. #criminaljusticereform