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Fighting to reverse the trend of mass incarceration and correcting sentencing bias and injustices that remain uncorrected in Virginia." -- Lillie Branch-Kennedy, Founder/Executive Director Resource Information Help for the Disadvantaged & Disenfranchised (RIHD)

MJT: Mass Incarceration -vs- Successful Reentry: What’s Working, What’s Not!

Jan 12, 2014 | by admin

Providing Justice-Related Awareness & On-site Direct Services: • Restoration of Civil & Voting Rights Application/Filing Assistance; • Ban-the-Box Fairer Employment Application and • Sentencing reforms to end mass incarceration in Virginia

Saturday, December 14, 9:30am to 1pm
Danville Library, 511 Patton Street
Danville, VA 24541

Tuesday, December 17, 2:30pm to 5pm
Main Street Library, 174 South Main Street Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801

Wednesday, December 18; 6pm to 9pm
Main Library, 4207 Victory Blvd.
Hampton,  Virginia 23669

Thursday, December 19, 5pm to 8pm
Garden of Hope Community Development Corporation/Second Chances Program
1317 East Brambleton Ave,
Norfolk, VA 23504
Saturday, January 4; 9am to 3pm;
Virginia People’s Assembly (VPA);
Wesley Memorial UMC,
1720 Mechanicsville Turnpike,
Richmond Virginia 23223

Thursday, January 9; 6:30pm;
Martin Luther King, Jr. Christian Church
11400 Northshore Drive,
Reston, Virginia 20190.

Saturday, Jan. 11; 12:30pm to 3pm
Lynchburg Public Library, MLK, Jr.
2315 Memorial Ave,
Lynchburg, Virginia 24501

Thursday, Jan. 16; 6pm-9pm;
Ferrum College: Franklin Hall/Blue Ridge Mtn Room;
Ferrum, Virginia 24088

Saturday, Jan. 18; 10am 3pm
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.,
Central Rappahannock Library,
1201 Caroline Street,
Fredericksburg, Virginia

Tuesday January 28; 4pm to 7pm
William R. McKinney Library,
137 S. Sycamore Street,
Petersburg, Virginia 23803

Thursday, January 30; 1pm to 4pm
Ellen Coolridge Burke Library, 4701 Seminary Road

Alexandria, VA 22304


Call/Text:  804.426.4426
Lillie Branch-Kennedy,
Richard Walker,