A Sisterhood for Justice
“FedFam4Life is not about raising a million dollars, it’s about freeing a million women from the prison industrial complex. That includes the 219,000 that are incarcerated and the 1.2 million under the de facto imprisonment of parole or probation. I am #mysisterskeeper.”
— Tray Johns
Co-Founder/Executive Director, FedFam4life
President Trump gave Tynice Hall Clemency On Feb 18th 2020
FedFam4Life is a non-profit Sisterhood co-founded by Tray Johns, Executive Director and Foxxy Mason, President, both formerly incarcerated Black, Gay Veteran Women. The couple, who married in 2017, conceived FedFam4Life to address the urgent need for Black Female leadership in the social justice movement. Tray Johns spent 8 years, 7 months and 19 days in federal prison for possession of less than $500 worth of drugs. While incarcerated, Johns became a skilled “Jailhouse Lawyer” and since being released, a prominent and fearless social justice activist and sought after public speaker at venues such as The Women’s Marches in Hawaii and Boston, Vanderbilt University, Simmons College, City University of New York, New York University and Boston Public Schools. Fedfam has recently moved to South Florida and is helping to lead the efforts for Dignity for incarcerated women across the state. Johns is The South Florida Criminal Justice Organizer for the New Florida Majority and is leading a series of Symposiums called ReformHER across the State of Florida that will bring the plight of incarcerated women to the forefront of the Crimnial Justice Reform converstaion. While Foxxy leads #healingus an initiative using healing circles to create safe and affirming spaces for women in need of sisterhood and healing. Together with Monica James from Triumphant Together these circles are used to bring and hold communities together with hopes of transformational healing.
You supports helps us let our Sisters know they are not alone to get their cases heard and reviewed.
“We will never stem mass incarceration in the United States without strong, creative minds able to frame tactical strategy. Tray Johns has those qualities as well as the energy and passion to tackle this monster on multiple fronts.” – Amy Povah, Founder, Can-Do Clemency
FF4L partner organizations include Can-Do Clemency. The LOHM, Hope House NYC, Triumphant Together, City University of New York Law School, New Florida Majority, Smile Trust and Operation Restoration.
FF4L leads in taking direct action through case assistance and advocacy to free our sisters from incarceration in the federal system where there are currently approximately 12,000 women imprisoned.
Your support helps us to assemble our response teams and bring awareness to certain cases. You supports helps us let our Sisters know they are not alone, to get their cases heard and reviewed.
There is life to be lived, justly, deservedly, outside of those prison walls and bars. Help us free our Sisters by clicking on the donate button below.
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