Partners

Our Partners

A New Way Of Life, Reentry Project
A New Way Of Life, Reentry Project

We are focused and grounded in our humanity. At the core and foundation of our work are the people, the women, children and families in our community re-entry mission. You remain the face and heart in all that we do. Your strength, courage and perseverance steer us in our services and remind us daily why we believe in A New Way of Life.

We thank all of you for supporting the cause, committing to the movement and bringing the spirit. If ever there was a time to seize the moment and build on the momentum, this is it … welcome to our site.

JustUS Voices, Storytelling For Change
JustUS Voices, Storytelling For Change

JustUS Voices | Storytelling for Change is a new multimedia initiative that aims to transform the public dialogue on mass incarceration through storytelling and the lived experiences of formerly incarcerated women. Although women are the fastest-growing segment of the prison population, the national conversation on mass incarceration focuses primarily on the experiences of men. JustUS Voices will broaden the conversation to include perspectives and insights through the unique lens of gender, race and justice.

JustUS Voices will feature authentic storytelling by women who have been touched by and triumphed over the tragedies of mass incarceration. It will capture their lived experiences through video vignettes, guided storytelling, social media, live events and “Living Libraries.”

Justice On Trial Film Festival
Justice On Trial Film Festival

The Justice On Trial film festival grew out of a conversation between award-winning author Michelle Alexander and Susan Burton, founder of A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project.

The Justice on Trial Film Festival speaks to the challenges of people caught up in the judicial system. They know only too well the pain and injustice—the jail house beatings, the solitary confinement, the stop-and-frisk humiliations, the selective prosecutions with bad plea bargains, and the unreasonably long sentences that they suffer. They are painfully familiar with the school-to-prison pipeline that puts so many young people, particularly those of color, at risk. But their voices are often unheard beyond their own communities. The film festival creates an opportunity to project their voices to a world deafened by the negative images and stereotypes presented by the media.