Back to School 2023!
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Thank you so much to everyone who joined GJP at our annual Back to School event last week! Every year, we provide backpacks full of school supplies and lots of fun activities to our clients and their families as they get ready to start a new school year.

GJP Visits the Civil Rights Memorial and Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL
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Last week, GJP staff and interns travelled to the Civil Rights Memorial & Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL (an annual tradition). This is a remarkable opportunity for our staff and interns to learn and reflect on the legacy of slavery in the South, and how that legacy still rears its head in our modern-day criminal justice system. Thanks so much to the Equal Justice Initiative for all you do.

Welcome 2023 Summer Interns!
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GJP is thrilled to welcome an enthusiastic group of legal and undergraduate interns this year from schools across the nation. Summer is a busy time for GJP, and we appreciate the support of our summer interns to help us reach as many Georgians as possible. Our legal interns provide valuable support to our legal team, including help with casework and policy research. Our undergraduate interns are essential in helping to plan our annual Back to School event, along with supporting general administrative tasks throughout … read more Welcome 2023 Summer Interns!

Grass Roots Justice Awards 2023 – Recap
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Thank you so much to all of our friends and supporters for another fantastic Grass Roots Justice Awards! Last Thursday, we gathered together to celebrate those who are fighting for a fairer, more just Georgia. Check out our recap & photos of the event below! Sheandra Clark Volunteers of the Year – Trinity Presbyterian Church Members of Trinity have been involved with GJP since 1993. A self-described church of lawyers, over the last year in particular the members of Trinity … read more Grass Roots Justice Awards 2023 – Recap

April is Second Chance Month
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Helping Georgians access second chances is a key element of GJP’s mission to create a more just Georgia. In honor of Second Chance Month, listen as GJP’s Executive Director, Doug Ammar, discusses why and how we at GJP are working towards this vision.

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