We have created a toolkit for advocates to use when educating their communities about intellectual disability law in Georgia and the road to reform.
Since 2015, the Southern Center for Human Rights has helped more than 60 people be resentenced and released from prisons across the Deep South, over half of whom were sentenced to life without parole. Join Client Services Advocate Waleisah Wilson as she catches up with two of our reentry clients, Mr. William Adams and Mr. Danny Redding.
Read the annual newsletter of the Southern Center for Human Rights.
For a snapshot of all that we could accomplish in 2023, together, check out our 2023 Year in Review.
The First Amendment Lawyer Bridge (“The Bridge”) is the formalized lawyer pairing project housed at SCHR that provides compensation to attorneys representing people arrested while exercising their First Amendment rights.
I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong.
No, no, we are not satisfied, and we will not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.