"Elder" Freeman Policy Fellowship

The Ronald “Elder” Freeman Memorial Policy Fellowship is project of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children. Ronald “Elder” Freeman was a legendary revolutionary pillar in the Bay Area, a lifelong Freedom Fighter in the Black Liberation Struggle and an original member of the Southern California chapter of the Black Panther Party. This fellowship honors his work and legacy.

We are looking for three (3) formerly incarcerated (in jail or prison) people to join our office for an intensive year long fellowship program to learn grassroots organizing, legislative and administrative advocacy, and other strategies to run local and state campaigns with the goal of elevating the leadership of formerly incarcerated people in criminal justice reform.

We accept applications for the Elder Freeman Policy Fellowship from September thru November every year.  We seek formerly incarcerated people to join our team to participate in an intensive year-long fellowship program to learn grassroots organizing, legislative and administrative advocacy and other strategies to run local and state campaigns with the goal of elevating the leadership of formerly incarcerated people in criminal justice reform.

** PLEASE REMEMBER this opportunity is only open for consideration from September thru November.

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2019 "Elder" Freeman Policy Fellows

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