Rodney Griffin is a husband, father, son and a Man of God. Our mission is structured to encourage spiritual principals into our lives and community. Helping to protect, and support the civil rights of men and woman who have experienced discrimination through our Correctional Institutions, including those who are on parole in our community. Helping to free you from the physical and mental bondage our community encounters every day. If you or anyone you know feels you have been discriminated against in any kind of way. Please contact the NAACP website and our professional teams will address your problems. Let’s not wait until something tragic happens, LET’S STAND UNIFIED, WE HAVE POWER IN PRAYER AND NUMBERS.
The Prison Branch Support Committee will:
1. Work closely and directly with the members of their respective Prison Branch and the Regional Prison Coordinator.
2. Maintain contacts with and report regularly to the Regional Coordinators.
3. Build, cultivate and maintain positive relationships between prison officials, Prison Branch members and members within the local Branch.
4. Solicit community organizations and businesses to establish a volunteer bank (teachers, writers, poets, businessmen, ministers, lawyers, policemen, judges, government officials, politicians, media personnel) to assist the Prison Branch in carrying out its programs.