Why We Must Initiate Justice (Paperback)
Initial Justice was become one of the more prominent criminal justice reform advocacy groups in California, claiming among its members incarcerated persons as inside organizers.
This book is inspired by their groundbreaking work, containing essays on advocacy, education, and freedom by those most affected by systemic racism, poverty, and mass incarceration. This work proves that unjust laws and prisons may stifle bodies, but they cannot suppress voices of freedom.
We must initiate justice.