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The new season of @LetsTalkJackson  is live with @DonnerKay 's podcast with Alesha Judkins of @FWDus  talking #Mississippi  prison reform, growing up in Alabama and learning from Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org . Listen at . #prisonreform  #LetsTalkJackson  #JFP 

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Destiny Kanno on lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson: "His commitment to justice and fairness in the US criminal justice system pushed me to rethink my feelings about the death penalty and think more about the owed due diligence throughout the process. " #BlackHistoryMonth 

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The new season of @LetsTalkJackson  is live with @DonnerKay 's podcast with Alesha Judkins of @FWDus  talking #Mississippi  prison reform, growing up in Alabama and learning from Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org . Listen at . #prisonreform  #LetsTalkJackson  #JFP 

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Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org  pushes the United States to deal more honestly with its history of inequality in #JustMercy . Watch the newest episode of #BookTube  to learn more:

The new season of @LetsTalkJackson  is live with @DonnerKay 's podcast with Alesha Judkins of @FWDus  talking #Mississippi  prison reform, growing up in Alabama and learning from Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org . Listen at . #prisonreform  #LetsTalkJackson  #JFP 

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The new season of @LetsTalkJackson  is live with @DonnerKay 's podcast with Alesha Judkins of @FWDus  talking #Mississippi  prison reform, growing up in Alabama and learning from Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org . Listen at . #prisonreform  #LetsTalkJackson  #JFP 

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Win exclusive tickets to see the movie Just Mercy with SowetanLIVE: Just Mercy is based on the powerful and thought-provoking true story of young lawyer Bryan Stevenson, played by Michael B Jordan, and his history-making battle for justice. After…

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“It’s an effort to end the silence. And when you end silence and you can begin to speak truth.” Civil rights leader Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org  on the legacy of the Great Migration, as seen in Jacob Lawrence’s "Migration Series" #TheWayISeeIt  @BBCSounds 

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"Slavery didn't end in 1865, it evolved. It’s that century of lynching and terrorism. And then it becomes racial apartheid, and Jim Crow segregation. And now it has become over incarceration and excessive punishment." -Bryan Stevenson, @eji_org  #JustMercy 

Tonight on , we go inside The National Memorial for Peace and Justice. 805 steel markers, each bearing the names of the thousands of victims of lynching. Thank you Bryan Stevenson and for this first look.

So much truth in this quote from Bryan Stevenson → “We have a system of justice in this country that treats you much better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent.”

Every generation has its hero. Although his name isn’t said here, his name is Bryan Stevenson. And if you don’t know who he is, you should. Bravo to producer @michaelb4jordan  and director @destindaniel  and all involved in bringing his story to more people.

If you sincerely believe in justice and dignity for all, make the pilgrimage to Montgomery, Alabama to experience the lynching memorial and legacy museum established today by Bryan Stevenson and his stellar team at #EJI . It will take your breath away, then breathe in new life.

As my friend Bryan Stevenson says, we have a criminal justice system that treats you better if you’re rich and guilty than poor and innocent. That's wrong, and it's got to change.

"We have a system of justice in this country that treats you much better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent. Wealth, not culpability, shapes outcomes." Bryan Stevenson

“I don’t think slavery ended in 1865 — it just evolved.” - Bryan Stevenson of @eji_org  explains.

Here are the 10 activists who were on stage with Common and Andra Day: Alice Brown Otter Bana Alabed Bryan Stevenson Cecile Richards Dolores Huerta Janet Mock José Andrés Nicole Hockley Patrisse Cullors Tarana Burke

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