Women’s Prison Association supports formerly incarcerated women to build identity, self-awareness, and communication skills to become advocates for criminal justice reform.
“As long as I live in a world where activist groups are necessary to enlighten society that black and brown lives matter I will be on the front lines and in our political systems orchestrating and influencing policies to enact long-fought and overdue changes.”
—Uwimana Aisha Radellant, workshop participant