Until We All Count
An estimated 4.6 million Americans are barred from voting due to a felony conviction. In Georgia, over 230,000 people with felony convictions are excluded from decisions that impact all of our lives. There are more people under correctional control in GA than anywhere else in the world. To ensure our leaders represent all of us, we need a truly equal and experienced electorate. Please sign the petition to help us end the discriminatory practice of Taxation Without Representation.
Learn more about felony disenfranchisement in Georgia from our friends at the Sentencing Project.
In Georgia, hundreds of thousands of people cannot vote because of a felony conviction. Page and Kareemah, two friends who crossed paths in prison, have different stories but a common goal, to raise awareness and end the discriminatory practice of taxation without representation.
Until We All Count, a short film produced by Represent Justice Ambassador Page Dukes, reveals the way felony disenfranchisement is a remnant of Jim Crow, designed to strip the rights and suppress the votes of Black Georgians — and the work people are doing to win their rights back.
Oct 14, 2023
InThrive Film Festival
Oct 7, 2023
Tubman African American Museum
Presented by Rights Restoration Coalition of Georgia
Aug 25, 2023
Sentencing Project’s Civic Power Convening
Jun 21, 2023
Atlanta University Center for the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA) Biennial Conference
Apr 20, 2023
Columbus, Georgia Public Library
Mar 29, 2023
Represent Justice Ambassador Showcase
Los Angeles, CA
Presented by Represent Justice
Feb 14, 2023
Rights Restoration Day at the Georgia State Capitol