Justice too long delayed is justice denied. — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The mission of Pure Justice is to use community organizing as well as civic and electoral engagement as methods to help reform institutions and systems that perpetuate social and criminal injustices and to improve the lives of low-income and working-class families regardless of race, gender identity, religion, socioeconomic background, or political affiliations.
R. C. Evans
Sasha L. Legette, J.D.
Criminal Justice Reform
Seldom includes the voices of the youth. We are in the process of putting together a youth criminal justice reform council comprised of high school juniors and seniors as well as college students to gain insight on how they’d like to see the criminal justice system work for them!
Our latest elections have been met with much voter apathy and low turnout, particularly by marginalized citizens. Many feel that their voices aren’t valuable and are rarely heard, therefore we are starting a “Your Vote Matters" campaign to raise political consciousness and voter participation within the community.
December 10, 2018
Over the past few months conversations have been surrounding the White House about the administration working on criminal justice reform. While pastors and rap artist Kanye West received swift backlash from criminal justice advocates and others for meeting with President...Continue ...
July 6, 2017
Let's work together
Pure Justice focuses on criminal, juvenile, and social justice incidents, current national events, and events in the Houston and Dallas Texas areas.