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Aaliyah Muhammad

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Staff Organizer
San Francisco, CA, USA

Aaliyah Muhammad, Staff Organizer with Legal Services for Prisoners with Children LSPC, has more than ten years history of advocacy for civil rights and justice in social issues.  Aaliyah is a member of the Speaker's Bureau at LSPC and a frequent representative at conferences and on panels discussing the conditions and struggles of women inside prison.  She was a 2009-2010 Fellow of the Women's Policy Institute, and worked on an anti-shackling bill for California's pregnant prisoners, which became law in 2012. 

She is co-founder of All of Us or None (AOUON) a project of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children. AOUON is a grassroots civil and human rights organization that fight for the rights of formerly and currently incarcerated people and the families of those impacted by mass incarceration.  She organizes records expungement clinics to help people facing discrimination get their records dismissed and apply for pardons and certificates of rehabilitation.

Aaliyah is also co-founder of Ar-Razzaq Food Bank that services the greater Sacramento area low income, homeless youth and adult populations.


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