After being wrongfully incarcerated in 2016, Meek Mill, has used his voice to help reform a flawed justice system. Also in that same fight is the legendary Jay Z, who shares the same disdain for the frequency of false imprisonments. Each of them have been a focal voice in aiding in the reform of the criminal justice system, and their efforts deepen with the introduction of their organization “REFORM”.
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#MeekMill : “I’m one of the lucky ones, we have people who don’t have a voice. I’m here to speak on behalf of those people who don’t have a voice,” Meek shared at the podium for the launch of @reform . . . . REFORM is designed to help polish the flawed American justice system, helping those who were wrongfully incarcerated and trapped in the system. . . . The organization, co-founded by #JayZ , will share more information in the coming days but the passion for helping the voiceless is already in full swing. Thank you #REFORM for your work, wishing you full accomplishment of your goals. 🙏🏾
Several business leaders such as 76ers Co-Owner Michael Rubin, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Brooklyn Nets Co-Ower Clara Wu Tsai, and others have also joined in to help build REFORM. The goal of REFORM is to help “drastically reduce the number of people who are under control of the criminal justice system while keeping communities safe by changing laws and public opinion.” The team has committed to benefiting REFORM with $50 Million for criminal justice reform, helping to launching the organization into its purpose.