Crime

Meek Mill, Jay-Z, Robert Kraft & More Launch Criminal Justice Reform Organization

By Benny Franklin
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Meek Mill and his powerful friends are starting a new movement to reform the criminal justice system.

Meek has teamed up with Jay-Z, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, 76ers co-owner, NJ Devils owner, Fanatics & Rue La La CEO, Michael Rubin, Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai, Van Jones and more to form Reform Alliance Wednesday.

The group will fight to get at least a million people out of jail over the next five years with a focus on probation and parole.

As of now, the group has raised $50 Million.

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