The Minorities With A Voice program is a prison-reform initiative that seeks to address the disproportionate number of minorities incarcerated in the United States. Through community outreach, advocacy, and education, the program aims to promote systemic change within the criminal justice system. This includes advocating for policy changes such as reducing mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent offenses and creating alternatives to incarceration programs for low-level offenders.
Additionally, the program provides support and resources for individuals affected by mass incarceration, including job training and rehabilitation services. By focusing on reducing recidivism rates and promoting rehabilitation over punishment, the Minorities With A Voice program seeks to make positive strides towards creating a fairer and more just society for all individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.