Support justice, family, and community!
Letters should be mailed on or before February 29, 2016
If you are not familiar with Maliki Shakur Latine, now is a great time to learn his story. Now is a great time to get involved and claim a victory when he comes home.
Like so many people in correctional facilities in New York State and beyond, Maliki Latine has been going before the parole board year after year, with very little assistance or preparation, and little success. This time, with your help, we were able to fundraise and hire an excellent attorney to file an Article 78 over his 2014 parole denial, which will be decided on March 11th, 2016.
Now we are calling on you again, for letters of support for Maliki Latine’s upcoming parole hearing in April 2016. Volunteers from the amazing and much needed Parole Preparation Project of the National Lawyers Guild, NYC are facilitating his parole package and eagerly awaiting your letters. Letters should be mailed to the NLG PPP, at the address provided in the document below, on or before February 29, 2016.
Download a Maliki_Latine_Parole_Letter_Guide as a PDF file here.
Download a Maliki Latine Parole Letter Guide as a Word document here.
Or contact us to have the document emailed or snail-mailed to you.
Please take a little time to write a thoughtful letter. Refer to justiceformaliki.org/about to review his history.
After you write and mail your letter, please help spread the word about this call to action for Maliki Shakur Latine. Use hashtag #JusticeforMaliki on social media.
Thank you so much for supporting this effort to return Maliki Shakur Latine to his family, friends and community! He appreciates each and every one of you and is very optimistic about this opportunity. Thank you for being part of this journey.
Check out the RAPP campaign to Release Aging People in Prison for more information about aging, confinement, and parole in New York State and beyond.
Scroll through the left-hand-side panel of the NYC Jericho Movement website to learn about other people of movement backgrounds who are asking for help with parole letters.