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Advocate 4 Justice

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"The Time is Always Right to Do Right"

Dr. Martin L. King

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Punishments Fit Crime

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About Us

Social justice exists when "all people share a common humanity and therefore have a right to equitable treatment, support for their human rights, and a fair allocation of community resources." People should "not be discriminated against, nor their welfare and well-being constrained or prejudiced on the basis of gender, sexuality, religion, political affiliations, age, race, belief, disability, location, social class, socioeconomic circumstances, or other characteristic of background or group membership." (Toowoomba Catholic Education, 2006). Advocate 4 Justice promotes and raises awareness on non-discriminatory arrests, logical incarcerations and prison sentencing, and other matters related to the social well-being of the public.

Our Mission

Advocate4justice raises awareness regarding a more fair, non-biased criminal justice system; one where punishments fit the crime, rehabilitation is an objective for non-violent offenders, and one where effective re-entry tools are in place and readily available for those who've completed their sentences. Further, Advocate4justice raises awareness on unwarranted, targeted crimes that results in unnecessary loss of life of unarmed people.

Reduce Mass Incarceration

The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation in the world.The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation in the world.

Criminal Justice Reform

Excessive federal mandatory minimum sentences keep nonviolent drug offenders in prison for too long—and have increased racial inequality in our criminal justice system.

Jobs & Re-Entry Formerly Incarcerated

“In 2008, about one in 33 working-age adults was an ex-prisoner and about one in 15 working-age adults was an ex-felon,” the Center for Economic and Policy Research reported in November 2010.

Programs for Non-Violent Drug Offenders

The U.S. has more people behind bars—2.3 million—than any other country in the world. More than 50 percent of them were arrested for non-violent drug offenses.