Justice too long delayed is justice denied. — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Pure Justice seeks to empower, inspire, and activitate its members and community supporters to champion restorative justice practices, equity in economic opportunities, and transformation to the criminal justice and economic structures of Harris County for the uplifting of marginalized individuals.

Our Team

Mr. Evans Co-Founded Pure Justice in the Fall of 2015 and currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer, Inmate Liaison, and Community Outreach Coordinator Evans helped to spark the idea of creating an organization centered on advocating for criminal justice reform.

R. C. Evans
Operations Director

Sasha L. Legette Founded Pure Justice in the Fall of 2015 and currently serves as the President, Chair of the Criminal Justice Reform Initiative, and Social Justice Advocacy Coordinator for the organization.

Sasha L. Legette, J.D.
Executive Director

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.

Latest News

Bearing the Barriers

The justice system, specifically the housing system, of America can make life much more difficult for someone with a criminal record. For example, though millions of people are released from jails and prisons combined every year in America, many of...

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Probation and Parole is often described as a trap, one foot in the door (prison) one foot out. For many offenders who can’t afford adequate counsel, probation can seem like a saving grace a second chance, a way to avoid...

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Locked Out: Housing Ban for the Formerly Incarcerated

Having a criminal record comes with a price even after one has served his or her time. Criminal records have long-lasting effects on individuals even after their probation or parole term has expired. Being labeled a “criminal” with a criminal...

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Let's Work Together!

Pure Justice focuses on criminal justice reform and economic equity issues in Harris County and surrounding areas.