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Who we are

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turning pain into purpose

Grant Me Justice would not exist had there not been a life lost to murder.   After losing her daughter to murder, tackling the criminal justice system alone, and leaving feeling helpless and defeated, Felecia Marshall, our founder, vowed to do something. She vowed to tell her daughter's story and give that voice to other victims she never had.

 

The name, Grant Me Justice, was taken from Luke 18:1-8, where the widow goes before the unjust judge persistently seeking justice. After three years of appearing before judges seeking justice for her daughter's murder and feeling raped by a system that failed her, she walked away with a new perspective and a purpose. The perspective that the unjust judge cannot grant justice because he needs justice too, and our only hope for true justice is in Christ Jesus. A purpose--Grant Me Justice.

OUR LEADERSHIP

Grant Me Justice is an initiative of Jackson Leadership Foundation (JLF). JLF is a Christ-centered 501c3 dedicated to the spiritual and economic transformation of Jackson’s under-resourced communities through the empowerment of leaders, development of ministries, and networking of volunteers and donors. JLF is  part of the Leadership Foundation Network, a network of 42 Leadership Foundations throughout the world with over 40 years of experience serving cities.

Our victims care
Team.

Our Victims Care team is trained to support the families of victims of homicide. They offer emotional support, victims' rights information, help in finding needed resources and assistance in filling out crime victim related forms. More importantly, they serve families one on one with the intention of building strong trusting relationships leading to opportunities to share the gospel.

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