Sincere Allah

Sincere Allah is from Boston, MA. He spent 24 years in the Virginia Department of Corrections. He was pardoned by Governor Ralph Northam and released on January 14, 2022. Prior to his release, Sincere worked as a mentor and therapeutic aide to men with substance use  and mental health issues. Since his release, Sincere has worked diligently to advocate for those that remain incarcerated. He has spoken on the Virginia Senate floor lobbying for Second Look Legislation and has lobbied for legislative reform in Federal Prisons. He has participated in Day of Empathy programs for the University of Richmond Law School and has done several webinars regarding Second Chances. He has also spent his time volunteering and mentoring others and continues to find ways to be of service to underserved communities.

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