9/12 and 11/14: Learn More About Commutation At Our Hub For Mercy Gathering

Hub for mercy a bi-monthly commutation and parole support space

On Tuesday, September 12th and November 14th at 6 PM we will host an online gathering of Hub for Mercy. 

In Pennsylvania, everyday incarcerated people and their families grapple with the broken systems of commutation and parole. On the inside, people share information, swap notes, and lean on the knowledge of people who have taught themselves about the law in the library. On the outside, however, it can be hard to know where to turn. Family members can feel isolated, confused, and at a loss for how to help their loved ones.

That’s why we at Amistad Law Project started the Hub For Mercy. The Hub for Mercy is a space where family members can ask questions about the process and brainstorm with others about how they can help their incarcerated loved ones navigate the systems of commutation and parole.

Inspired by Participatory Defense Hubs that started in Philadelphia in 2018, the Hub for Mercy is a space where we can answer questions and brainstorm ways to help the people we love. Amistad Law Project’s Legal Team hosts each meeting and can offer the perspective of professionals who have navigated the system for years.

We host the Hub For Mercy every other month on the second Tuesday at 6 PM. For 2023 Hub for Mercy will happen on the following dates in 2023: September 12th and November 14th.

Are you interested in getting help for your loved ones? Sign up below so we can reach out to you and send you the link for the next online meeting of the Hub For Mercy.



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