Robert Saleem Holbrook is a Paralegal and Community Organizer for ALC. He is a co-founder of the Human Rights Coalition, an organization with chapters in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh that is composed of family members of prisoners and which advocates on behalf of the civil and human rights of prisoners. He also sit on the advisory boards of the Amistad Law Project and Youth Arts and Empowerment Project. He is also a member of 1Hood, a movement of socially conscious hip hop artists and community activists and started a prison chapter called 1Hood United to help mentor youth in Pennsylvania’s state prisons. He has a degree in paralegal studies and has written extensively on issues related to prison abuse, social injustice and juveniles charged and sentenced as adults. He was released from prison in 2018 after spending over two decades incarcerated for an offense he was convicted of as a child offender.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2019