Celebrate 10 Years of Making Family Voices, Equal Voices

Ten Years and Beyond: FFLIC Celebrates a Decade of Making Family Voices Equal Voices From the street level to the state level, from our meeting rooms to the state capitol, FFLIC has been working for ten years to shape a society based on the principals of racial justice, human rights, and full participation through the […]

10 Year Anniversary

Ernest Johnson Wins National Recognition as “Gutsy Advocate for Youth”

Ernest Johnson of Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC) was recognized recently for his tenacious work on behalf of young people in trouble with the law. Johnson, who is FFLIC’s Statewide Juvenile Justice Reform Campaign and Policy Director, is the third recipient of the Beth Arnovits Gutsy Advocate for Youth Award, which is […]

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60th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education

NATIONAL WEEK OF ACTION AGAINST INCARCERATING YOUTH JOIN  FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF LOUISIANA’S INCARCERATED CHILDREN (FFLIC) New Orleans Chapter Members ON THURSDAY, MAY 22ND, 2014 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AT 1600 ORETHA C. HALEY BLVD., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70113 SPACE IS LIMITED: PLEASE RSVP EMAIL: gbwomack@fflic.org Or call 504.522.5437 ext 269 Light dinner will […]

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Easter Baskets for Kids

FFLIC is seeking donations to distribute Easter baskets to children who would otherwise not receive one. Please let us know if you know of kids that should receive a basket. Please bring your donations to any FFLIC staff by Monday April 14, 2014. If you are not in New Orleans but would like to donate, […]

Easter

The People’s Data Campaign 2014

Problem In Louisiana, children are being suspended, expelled and pushed out of school which has a direct relationship with children ending up in prison. In 2003 Louisiana passed sweeping reform (Act 1225) that closed our Country’s most notorious juvenile prison and set in motion other reforms that if implemented fully and with fidelity would halt […]

FFLIC Supports Louisiana's Families