Advancement Project’s kicked-off its Black History Month celebration with the screening of “Time” and a book talk with Fox and Rob, moderated by Liyah Brown, Esq., Justice Project Coordinator. The event was held at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC.
This Black History Month the Advancement Project’s Justice Project is celebrating Black love, perseverance and excellence in the face of systemic racism and incarceration. Time, the film, captivates audiences with a couple’s relentless fight for each other and justice amidst America’s depraved, harmful punishment and prison policies in one of America’s worst incarcerators. Fox and Rob Richardson share the rest of their riveting story, in Time, the book, including the faith that sustained them during their two decade imprisonment and the miracles that brought them and their family back together again.
Advancement Project is a national, next generation, multi-racial civil rights organization. AP’s Justice Project supports grassroots movements that build power of communities of color across the country and that challenge systemic anti-Blackness, racism and injustice. Their work is freedom-driven and focused on criminalization, policing and incarceration.
Time: The Untold Story of the Love That Held Us Together When Incarceration Kept Us Apart is available on Amazon. And also at: foxandrob.com.