Alice Marie Johnson was convicted for nonviolent drug trafficking in Memphis, Tennessee. After serving twenty-one years, her life sentence was commuted by former President Donald Trump, with the help of Kim Kardashian West.
An ordained minister, mother, and great-grandmother, Alice shares her inspirational story with cityCURRENT’s Andrew Bartolotta which includes the faith that helped her through it, lessons learned throughout her two decades behind bars, and her work in criminal justice reform starting the Taking Action For Good Foundation.
To learn more about Alice, follow her on Twitter here: @AliceMarieFree
To get involved and support Taking Action For Good Foundation, visit https://takingactionforgood.org/
To learn more about Alice’s story of hope and healing, purchase her book here.