GRANT ME JUSTICE
WHO THEY ARE
At Grant Me Justice, we aim to make a lasting impact in the City of Jackson and beyond. Our initiatives and activities are designed to catalyze true transformation. But above all, passion is at the heart and soul of everything that we do. We seek holistic justice for victims.
Felecia Marshall has spent over 30 years working in various capacities providing exemplary leadership skills and administrative support to a broad range of organizations from the private sector, to churches and non profits and to publicly supported universities.
On March 14, 2017, everything about her life as she new it changed when her daughter was murdered. God used this tragedy to push Felecia to pen her first book, Grant Me Justice, A Mother’s Plea, set to be released soon. Through this loss, she has been given the privilege to connect with women all over the world who have lost their children to violence and who share the same cup. God has used these series of events to lead to Grant Me Justice, which provides resources for victims of violence, ensuring the fair and equitable justice that victims rarely see.
WHAT THEY DO
So Exactly What Does Grant Me Justice Do?
Losing a loved one is difficult at best. Death brings with it many challenges— spiritually, emotionally, even financially. Multiply all those challenges with the many layers of the criminal justice system. This is Grant Me Justice.
Grant Me Justice provides all of the resources associated with losing a loved one. This includes spiritual, emotional and financial support.
Additionally, Grant Me Justice provides resources associated with navigating through the criminal justice system. This includes advocacy, information, and education.