Here at FWD.us, we’re focused on fixing the failed immigration and criminal justice systems that have locked too many out of the American dream for too long. Our country is stronger when all of us have the opportunity to live up to our full potential.See What We Do
Here at FWD.us, we’re focused on fixing the failed immigration and criminal justice systems that have locked too many out of the American dream for too long. Our country is stronger when all people have the opportunity to live up to their full potential.See What We Do
A majority of Americans support immigration and criminal justice reform, and we’re working with legislators and groups on both sides of the aisle to drive real change at the local, state, and federal levels.
WASHINGTON, DC – A new, first-of-its-kind report released today finds that nearly half…
WASHINGTON, DC – FWD.us President Todd Schulte issued the following statement today on the…
WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin granted commutations to 21 individuals who…
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"Our state prisons are filled to well over capacity so it is crucial that we make some changes to our criminal justice system."
Esmeralda came to the United States when she was 2 years old and has lived in the U.S. all her life. Her fiancé, Michael, is in the military and preparing for a deployment in 2018.See Esmeralda's Story
Gloria is the first undocumented student to graduate law school in Virginia. She's also a DACA recipient. She traveled to D.C. to advocate for a bipartisan legislative pathway for Dreamers.See Gloria's Story
“I think criminal justice, in Mississippi, is the biggest anchor that is holding our state back from moving forward at full velocity.”
Juanita, a mother of six, was recently serving a 15-year sentence for drug possession. On December 5th, 2018, Gov. Mary Fallin granted commutations to 21 applicants — including Juanita — through a campaign led by Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform (OCJR).See Juanita's Story