Racial Justice Activists

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, approved by the IRS as a tax-exempt, charitable organization.

Cases of Interest

Our primary purpose is to ensure a fair trial for every defendant in a criminal case, without which “justice for all” would ring hollow. In instances, where due process was clearly violated and where evidence of factual innocence was not presented to the jury/adjudicators (sometimes due to “newly discovered”, but in some instances, as a result of it being withheld by some malicious police/ prosecutors) the need to ensure post conviction relief could not be more compelling.

Obie Anthony

Obie Anthony

Obie Anthony was sentenced to life without parole for a murder he did not commit when he was 19 years old. California incarcerated him for 17 years. When he was exonerated and released in 2011 Obie didn’t even have identification – no social security card or birth...

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Amy Ralston Povah

Amy Ralston Povah

For the past eighteen years, Amy Ralston Povah has been an accomplished filmmaker, writer, speaker, and activist. Her efforts have focused primarily on issues related to executive clemency, criminal justice reform, conspiracy laws, women in prison, and the drug war....

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Jeffrey Deskovic

Jeffrey Deskovic

The Deskovic Foundation is a New York based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to exonerating the wrongfully convicted both in DNA and non-DNA cases, as well as wrongful conviction prevention. The Foundation was established as a result of Jeffrey Deskovic’s...

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Anand Jon Alexander

Anand Jon Alexander

Anand Jon Alexander should get relief under Racial Justice Act, hi trial record shows extraordinary xenophobia, racial/religious, ethnic, nationalistic inflammatory tactics employed by the prosecutor against  Mr. Alexander (an Indian citizen). His case has played a...

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Jermaine Wilson

Jermaine Wilson

Jermaine Wilson went from convicted felon to now serving as the Mayor of Leavenworth, Kansas. (VIDEO: YouTube) (LINK: cbsnews.com) (LINK: kcur.org) Growing up, Jermaine lived in poverty and had parents that struggled with drug and alcohol addictions. Even as the...

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Bill Bastuk

Bill Bastuk

May 29, 2008 stands as a day of darkness for Bill Bastuk. He’ll never forget hearing the Monroe County Sheriff accuse him of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. The news came as a shock and Bastuk vacillated between disgust and anger. How could this be happening...

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International Justice Alliance

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