Justice for All
What does Justice for All Do?
J4A is committed to ending mass incarceration and reimagining what community safety looks like. This work includes political education, centering the stories of those most impacted by the criminal legal system, and electing accountable people to positions such as District Attorney.
Who’s in J4A?
People from all walks of life, from all parts of Philly – what unites us is a belief that mass incarceration and our current community safety solutions are doing more harm than good. And, more importantly, that we can change that.
How can you get involved?
Reach out to our Organizer, Kurt Evans to learn about the how you be a part of the Justice for All team, or sign up using the form below.
Voices of the Unheard
Voices of The Unheard project collects and shares stories that center the transformative process of those incarcerated. Justice 4 All group will disseminate 15 stories through multi-media social posts, a printed poster series starting Friday August 5th, 2022. The culmination of these stories will be transformed into a listening session/art exhibit this fall.
Unexpected Path: The Story of Jeremiah Bush
Here is our next story in our series Voices of the Unheard… My name is Jeremiah Bush and I’m currently serving a life sentence in the
Demystifying the Courts: Understanding Bail, Arrest, & Arraignment as Tools of Oppression
Our Justice for All Hybrid In-Person/Online Teach-in at Franny Lou’s Porch. You can watch the teach-in online via Facebook Live. Whether or not you’ve been through
215PA Members testify to end forced labor in prisons
Justice for All Committee member Beatrice Zovich and Steering Committee Member Chenjerai Kumanyika testified to City Council in support of Resolution No. 210709 introduced by
Get Involved with Justice for All
What does Justice for All Do? J4A is committed to ending mass incarceration and reimagining what community safety looks like. This work includes political education,