Lecrae Goes To Georgia Prisons With 70,000 Masks

As part of his continued commitment to community and economic restoration, two-time Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist, Lecrae, is partnered on several major projects and business partnerships all connected under the theme of restoration. On June 1st, Lecrae announced his partnership with Live Free USA’s Masks For The People initiative to supply 70,000 masks to incarcerated people, essential workers, protesters, and the most vulnerable residents beginning in the Atlanta Metro area.
Lecrae and the Reach Records family will join Live Free USA and Billy M. Honor, Director of the New Georgia Project’s “Loose The Chains” program in delivering the first batch of masks and sanitizers to Fulton County Jail (901 Rice Street NW, Atlanta GA) on Friday, July 10th at 1pm. The institution will be the first to receive the allotment of masks and personal protective equipment (PPE). A special amount of the PPE will be set aside for families of the incarcerated when visitation restrictions are lifted. Remaining hand sanitizers will be distributed to protesters, the homeless, and other directly impacted communities.
If you’d like to donate to Masks For the People, please visit https://faithinaction.salsalabs.org/masksforthepeoplelecrae/index.html
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