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Alice Evans

Alice Evans recently sat down with Leroy’s attorney, Michael J. Malloy, Esq., to share the story of her son, Leroy, whom she affectionately calls “June.” She reminds us that the Past is a part of us, as she recounts her childhood as a sharecropper’s daughter in North Carolina. Her grandparents, sold as slaves at the Market House in Fayetteville, NC, are as close in her memory as her son, and the connections from one generation to the next are clear and unmistakeable. In Part 2 of her story, the ache she feels for her son’s life is something truly only a mother can. Let her words move you to love and kindness and hope.

From Slavery to Incarceration: 4 Generations Demanding Justice

by Alice Evans | Part 1

Being a mother... it really, really hurts...

by Alice Evans | Part 2

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