Judge Robert Hinkle overturns Florida government’s subversion of voter-led Amendment 4 returning the right to vote to convicted felons.
The Florida Justice Center unites with community groups to fight for free telephone calls, video calls, and emails for those in jail and prison.
Respected Broward County housing specialist brings expertise in residential placement for at-risk individuals to social justice nonprofit organization.
Nonprofit organizations and community leaders unite to advocate for the health and safety of those in jail in the fight against the coronavirus.
Renowned South Florida realtor Derek Lee of Compass brings decades of real estate and marketing experience to the social justice nonprofit organization.
Broward College Associate Dean of Student Services, and reentry advocate, to oversee creation of new post-incarceration training curriculum.
Florida Justice Center is against unfair new requirements to the Voter Restoration Amendment
Award-winning educator and activist brings unique perspective on race, justice, and education.
Just imagine: You’re wrongfully accused of a crime but can’t afford a competent defense lawyer and you have no one to turn to for help.
For the first time a non-profit organization has been declared the winner of the Start-Up Now Pitch Night competition. Presented by Broward College and CareerSource Broward, the contest was in its sixth iteration. Each entrant completed a nine-month start-up incubator and business plan, qualifying them to present before a panel of esteemed judges.