Dedicated to serving our incarcerated and formerly incarcerated community.
The recognition and the love we express for one another is the divine truth. Loving our brothers and sisters no matter their circumstances have the potential to uplift even the darkest of spirits. Become part of someone's blessing and help the incarcerated / formerly incarcerated today.
We are determined to build relationships with city leaders in order to foster solutions to the many challenges this country faces involving the prison system. We address issues within the criminal justice system.
Mr. Rasheed Salaam received the honor for his outstanding nation leadership working with offenders, ex-offenders & their family members.
Mr. Joshua Simpson received the honor due to his national leadership working in At Risk & High Risk Communities around the country.
Pastor Brunetta Nelson received the honor for her New Book & Journal "You Can Do It" which is changing lives nationally
Pastor Dessie Pulliam received the honor for her work inside the prisons through their Preparation Transition & Stabilization Aftercare Programs
Dr. Susan Simmons Stevenson received the honor for her National Workforce Development Programs assisting ex-offenders and their family members nationally.
While in Atlanta, the Redemption Project Team met with Bishop Garland Hunt Sr., the pastor of the Father's House former Chairman of the Georgia's Pardon & Parole Board. Chaplain Alvin Johnson of Georgia Diagnostic Prison Center..... Look at GOD!!!
We have partnered with the Southern Poverty Law Center with our "Vote Your Voice Campaign" in their Voter Right Restoration project in Alabama.
On October 6th thru the 9th we had an outstanding time at the FICPFM convention at the Marriott in downtown Atlanta
The National Redemption Project Vice National Director Mr. Rasheed Salaam from St. Louis celebrating a wonderful time with Ms. Angela Wilks at the convention at the Marriott in downtown Atlanta.
Our National Chief of Staff & Youth Coordinator Mr. Joshua Simpson brought our youth to the FICPFM three day convention at the Marriott in downtown Atlanta. They stayed on the 38th floor and had an unbelievable experience
Pastor Brunetta Nelson, Ms. Edith Page & Mr. Les Little discusses expanding our territory in the Michigan and Ohio states.
Our National Director Elder Willie Simpson discusses the definition of the Alabama Moral Turpitude Act (HB 282) of 2017 which finally clarified which felonies, state or federal, will not disqualify Alabamians from voting and started the process on restoring the right to vote to tens of thousands of people in Alabama. We are excited to be partnering with the Southern Poverty Law Center in this Voting Rights Restoration Project.
THE REDEMPTION PROJECT
Elder Willie Simpson Founder & Executive Director