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The movie "Just Mercy" tells the true story of Walter McMillian, a Black man on death row for a crime he didn’t commit, and Bryan Stevenson, the lawyer and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit which provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons. Stevenson is also a committed follower of Jesus, whose faith deeply informs his work.

The movie is free to stream online via several different platforms throughout the month of June! This discussion guide is designed to come alongside parents and youth workers who want to use the film as a launching pad for conversations with their students about racism, justice, and faith.

While we hope this guide is of use for everyone, it is specifically written by and for White followers of Jesus hoping to grow in our love and empathy for our Black brothers and sisters.

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Just Mercy: Movie Discussion Guide

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This discussion guide is designed to come alongside parents and youth workers who want to use the film "Just Mercy" as a launching pad for conversations with their students about racism, justice, and faith.
retail: $0.00
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Mignonette Bailey

is the proud cheerleader of her husband, Karim and three children. She enjoys serving in local and global outreach, and has served in youth ministry for over a decade, both as a volunteer and a full-time youth pastor. As an ordained minister, Mignonette enjoys equipping the body of Christ for effective ministry. She is a Regent University graduate and when she isn’t changing diapers or drinking coffee, enjoys gardening and being an actor and entrepreneur. She calls Los Angeles, California home.
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