Upcoming NL-SCO, Inc. Events

Are you ready for 2022? We are! Please see the attached calendar of events (with active hyperlinks) and flyers for our scheduled January 2022 events as well as upcoming events from our community partners. You can also find all events on our Facebook page, on Twitter and on Instagram


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January 2022 Calendar with clickable hyperlinks
January 2022 Calendar of Events PDF.pdf
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                WHAT's ON THE SCHEDULE?

7/5/22. "New Service Q&A: Fee Assistance (IDs, Birth Certificates & Bus Passes)-
This event has passed. You can watch the video here.
7/7/22. "Reaching the UNbanked & UNDERbanked"
This event has passed. You can watch the video here.
7/14/22. "An Introduction of Honest Jobs: A NATIONAL Job Board for Individuals with Criminal Convictions"
This event has passed. You can watch the video here
7/18/22. 6pm EST. "Start Your Own Business & Get Funded: An Introduction of Project Restart"
This event has passed. You can watch the video here.
7/19/22. 6pm EST. "3rd Annual Broken Crayons Still Color- Failure is NOT Final: Stories of Inspiration"
This event has passed. You can watch the video here
7/20/22. 7pm. "Reentry Vision Board & Goal Setting Workshop & Giveaway"
This event has passed. Congrats to Robert for winning $100 cash! You can watch the video here


8/10/22. 3pm EST. Southern Center for Human Rights Hosts "The Death Penalty: Ending a Racially Biased System that Disproportionately Impacts the Mentally Ill and Poor"

This virtual conversation will look into the death penalty, a racist and biased system that disproprortionately harms minorities and the poor. The panel of experts will address the issues and flaws with the death penalty, its impact on the poor, minorities and those with mental and intellectual disabilities. Register here.


Moderator (our founder)

Waleisah Wilson, Client Services Advocate
Southern Center for Human Rights


Want to organize on criminal justice issues that impact currently incarcerated people and their families? The Georgia Chapter of All of Us or None is organizing to end slavery in Georgia as well as address other issues that impact currently and formerly incarcerated Georgians.


Are you formerly incarcerated, the loved one of a currently or formerly incarcerated person or an ally or supporter of those who are? Interested in organizing and fighting for the rights of formerly and currently incarcerated people and our families? The ATL chapter of AOUON is seeking members to start organizing on demanding that Georgia end slavery for those in jails and prison. If you are in Georgia and interested in joining the chapter, apply or free membership at https://prisonerswithchildren.org/membership/. Once you apply, email the ATL chapter at allofusornoneatl@gmail.com to let them know you applied or with any questions you may have.


Learn more about All of Us or NoneLearn more about what AoUoN fights for by watching Locked up, Locked Out!


Email: allofusornoneATL@gmail.com.

Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/AllofUsorNoneATL 

Become a member



¿Está usted anteriormente encarcelado, el ser querido de una persona encarcelada actual o anteriormente o un aliado o partidario de quienes lo están? ¿Está interesado en organizarse y luchar por los derechos de las personas encarceladas anteriormente y actualmente y de nuestras familias? El capítulo ATL de AOUON está buscando miembros para comenzar a organizarse exigiendo que Georgia termine con la esclavitud para aquellos en las cárceles y prisiones. Si se encuentra en Georgia y está interesado en unirse al capítulo, solicite o sea miembro gratuito en https://prisonerswithchildren.org/membership/


Obtenga más información​ All of Us or NoneObtenga más información sobre Todos nosotros o Ninguno.¡Aprende más sobre por qué lucha AoUoN viendo ¡Bloqueados, bloqueados!


el correo electrónicoallofusornoneATL@gmail.com.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllofUsorNoneATL 

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  Re-occurring Monthly Virtual Support Groups (hosted by our partner organizations)

Are you formerly incarcerated? Need a safe space to connect with others with shared experiences? Think you are alone in your reentry? YOU ARE NOT! Join others who share in your lived experience EVERY Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights as we connect, encourage and empower one another. This is a space by US and for US! Mondays (in person in Birmingham, AL), Tuesdays (6pm CST/7pm EST) and Fridays (5pm CST/6pm EST). Find a virtual support group here.

Restore Georgia, a GA nonprofit that serves as a collective voice for those impacted by sexual offense laws in the State of Georgia, hosts its monthly virtual Fearless support groups on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm EST. These support groups are a safe space for registrants and their families to connect and share resources that have helped them. These meetings are not recorded and law enforcement, POs and corrections staff are not allowed. The next meeting is THURSDAY, July 21, 2022 at 6:30pm. You can register at https://restore-georgia.org/connect/fearless/ or email julian@restore-georgia.org with any questions you may have.