Volunteer Director of Media Affairs
NEW VISION ORGANIZATION INC
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New Vision Organization, Inc. a 501 (C)(4) Nonprofit Organization, founded in 2004, is focused on First-Time Offenders of any offense, serving life/LWOP and the incarcerated individuals being abused and deprived of their Civil/Human Rights, in Massachusetts prisons.
NVO is seeking a Director of Media Affairs, The duties of the Director of Media Affairs are as follows: Research, Monitor And Connect With Political Leaders in Massachusetts, Who Are Up For Discussion, In Favor Of, Or Working On Political Bills Pertaining To Prison Reform, Sentencing Reform, Parole Reform, Prisoners’ Rights, Prisoner Voting Rights, Abolishing of Life/LWOP, etc.
Connect With These Political Leaders, Offering Our Support In The Work They Are Doing, and Assistance with Press Releases, On Issues Related To Abuses, Prisoner Suicides, Injustices In The Prisons, New Leaderships Within The Massachusetts Prison, Prison Reform Issues, etc. Lastly, Awareness To The Public Of Mass Incarceration In The U.S. Compared To Other Countries (i.e, Netherlands, England, Germany, Norway, Sweden, etc.)
If interested contact: Leonna Abraham Brandao / email@example.com, or phone (508) 583-0051.
About NEW VISION ORGANIZATION INC
P.O. BOX 2334, BROCKTON, MA 02305, US
NVO, Inc. is advocating to End Life/Life Without Parole for 1st Time Offenders of ANY Offense, in MA, with no prior history of involvement with the Law prior to their first and only mistake. Prisoners are too often stereotyped and Everyone deserves a second chance. We also seek to stop the severe Human/Civil Rights' Violations of the incarcerated population in Massachusetts Prisons. There has been high rates of suicides in Massachusetts Prisons which can be prevented if the abuses, deprivations, ongoing harassment's, medical and psychological neglect ceases. Transparency and Accountability is of great importance in prevention of suicides.
New Vision Organization, Inc was founded in 2004, in an effort to assist incarcerated men, women and youth, nationwide, although our focus now is SOLELY to advocate for FIRST-TIME OFFENDERS of ANY Offense, who were never previously involved with the law, prior to committing their first and only offense leading to a Life/LWOP sentence. Prisoners who committed their first offense prior to reaching the age of 25 years and prisoners who have thus far served TWENTY FIVE YEARS OR MORE OF THEIR SENTENCE . We seek Virtual Volunteers for Research, Legal Assistance, Community Outreach, networking and participating in meetings, events pertaining to prison reform goals and for media outreach. . We also seek Pro-bono
Lawyers assistance in some areas.