The campaign is over.
Our fight has just begun.
About Justice Today
Dear supporters, friends, activists, loved ones — all of the above,
We poured our passion into the belief that we could make the voices of Black and brown people heard in the halls of power and begin the work of ending mass incarceration at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. And we succeeded, even if not in the way that I hoped or expected. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t deeply disappointed by the results of Tuesday’s primary election. But even more, I am grateful and humbled by all of you, by your hard work and dedication, your many talents and your generosity of spirit. I want to thank each and every one of you. Our campaign is over, but our movement is not. Justice reform is still on the ballot, and we must persuade voters to approve the Second Chances Act on Nov. 3. Our work has just begun. The fight for justice is not a sprint, and it’s not a marathon, either. It is a relay race, with a baton we pass from generation to generation. So this year, next year and every year, let’s make our great-great-great-grandchildren proud.
Stay Tuned. Black Lives Matter.
– Will Knight