Lifting Georgia’s Criminally Accused Out of Poverty

For more than 30 years, Georgia Justice Project has been one of the state’s most influential voices on behalf of people accused of a crime and their families. In recent years, the organization has expanded its capabilities by partnering with the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship program. 

December 12, 2020

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Opening Doors for Young Parents

This report reminds policymakers and child advocates of the barriers that young families face. It examines national and state-level trends — highlighting areas of opportunity and concern — and then shares potential solutions that can help these families thrive.

September 25, 2018

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Expanding Employment Opportunities for Returning Citizens in Atlanta

Georgia's returning citizens — individuals who are returning to their families and the community after incarceration — are experiencing a smoother transition thanks to an organization called Georgia Justice Project, which is working to minimize the effects of a criminal record and help the formerly incarcerated regain their financial footing.

October 16, 2017

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