This summer, Governor Kay Ivey commissioned monthly study group meetings to address the groundswell of issues within the Alabama prison system. However, although these meetings began in June, there has never been an opportunity for directly impacted people to speak.
But on Wednesday, December 4, this finally changes.
This December meeting will give formerly incarcerated people a chance to speak directly to Alabama lawmakers about how they have been negatively impacted by the state’s prison system.
Join us at the Alabama State House in support of the brave people calling on Alabama lawmakers to reform our state’s prisons.
|GOVERNORS STUDY GROUP MEETING
Alabama is experiencing a prison crisis, and we’re calling on lawmakers to end it.
Wednesday, December 4, 10 a.m.
Please note: This link will take you to a third-party website, Facebook.com
Together, we must demand that our elected officials commit to a much-needed overhaul of the Alabama prison system.
We can, but we need your support, too.
Help us fill the room,
Digital Media Strategist, ACLU of Alabama