Jamila (she/her) is a published author, facilitator, and social justice activist and artist. She is an editor for Prison Health News, a medical & advocacy newsletter that is distributed throughout the prisons and jails in the United States, and a local advocate for prison justice reform in Philadelphia. Jamila has contributed to many panels and community discussions in the city and creatively directs fresh and innovative ways to perform & highlight justice-impacted narratives. Jamila is a formerly incarcerated woman, proud Muslima, and proud mother & grandmother. Through the Change the Narrative Fellowship, Jamila wants to bring to light the overtly disparate effects of restitution, fines, and court fees on low-income reentering citizens of color.