… is a pioneering program that assists citizens with free resources to represent themselves in the legal system. EEGWASH will assist marginalized citizens and other community members to remove legal barriers that restrict them from obtaining employment and housing regardless of age and socioeconomic status. Our strategy is to empower individuals while educating them on how to properly navigate the legal system.
President – I make a career of humanity. I commit myself to the noble struggle of Equal Justice.
Valarie C. Clark
Administrator – Equal Justice is indiscriminately due to all, without regard to numbers wealth or rank.
Intake – The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward Equal Justice.
Jumapili A.D. Ikuseghan
Webmaster – I stand for Equal Justice and human rights… well worth building websites for.
America's 40-year policy of mass incarceration is deeply unethical, not very effective, and promotes the security of the few at the expense of the many. It's hard for a person who was born into privilege, to imagine the challenges convicted criminals face, often for...read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4mb2g-XVjs How it Began: The Ban the Box campaign was started by All of Us or None, a national civil rights movement of formerly-incarcerated people and our families. We started the campaign in 2004, after a series of Peace...read more
Can I clear my criminal record?
If you have been charged with criminal violations in the past, the record of those charges may affect your ability to get work, housing, public benefits, financial aid for education, to drive or to enjoy other rights or privileges, such as voting. This memo will help you understand what rights and options you have and what procedures you must use to clear or limit access to your criminal record by others.