BELLA BAHHS
raptivist • organizer • anti-carceral expert • millennial commentator on power, race, gender & sexuality
Bella BahhsBella BAHHS (Black Ancestors Here Healing Society) is a 2017 Soros Justice Fellow. Bella knows firsthand how prison affects families. Both of her parents were once in prison, leaving her in her grandmother’s care. Bella founded Sister Survivor, a group designed to support young black women organizing to mitigate the impact of the criminal justice system on their lives.
Architect of Community Construction
The Decarceration Collective

900 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 7E

(312) 948-8128

Bella BAHHS
Bella BahhsBella BAHHS (Black Ancestors Here Healing Society) is a 2017 Soros Justice Fellow. Bella knows firsthand how prison affects families. Both of her parents were once in prison, leaving her in her grandmother’s care. Bella founded Sister Survivor, a group designed to support young black women organizing to mitigate the impact of the criminal justice system on their lives.
DR JILL HUMPHRIES
movement consultant • message strategist • legal observer training expert
Dr. Jill Humphries is a chess master at cyberorganizing. Dr. Humphries builds sustainable and comprehensive community legal support mechanisms – including lawyer representation, legal observation, and jail support – so people in distressed communities can exercise their constitutional rights.
Amplifier for the Civic Voice
The Decarceration Collective

900 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 7E

(312) 948-8128

DR JILL HUMPHRIES
Dr. Jill Humphries is a chess master at cyberorganizing. Dr. Humphries builds sustainable and comprehensive community legal support mechanisms – including lawyer representation, legal observation, and jail support – so people in distressed communities can exercise their constitutional rights.
DR. BRETTJET CODY
licensed clinical psychologist • nationally certified school psychologist • expert in child and adolescent trauma, mental health & cultural mistrust in education
“The school-to-prison pipeline is a form of psychological oppression and abuse,” according to clinical psychologist Dr. Brettjet Cody. Dr. Cody has lectured globally on how cross-factor oppressions – such as racism, Islamophobia and economic destabilization – affect child and adolescent mental health and academic outcomes.
Deconstructor of the School-to-Prison Pipeline
The Decarceration Collective

900 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 7E

(312) 948-8128

DR. BRETTJET CODY
“The school-to-prison pipeline is a form of psychological oppression and abuse,” according to clinical psychologist Dr. Brettjet Cody. Dr. Cody has lectured globally on how cross-factor oppressions – such as racism, Islamophobia and economic destabilization – affect child and adolescent mental health and academic outcomes.