Politics and legislative action govern the environment that we exist in. While the wheels of legislation may turn slow, they turn nonetheless and it takes an issue to become advocacy, to become a bill which, once passed, becomes law.
All of the redress of “criminal justice reform” was attempting to reform, or undo, what had been done through the aforementioned process. What is different now, is the impacted parties realizing the public nature of the political process.
At The Lazarus Rite, Inc. we instruct, in detail, about the power of advocacy and political process that becomes the laws which govern our environment.
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"The ability to participate in the process provides the ability to affect the outcomes". - Christopher Ervin, Founder/President