Malachi Larrabee-Garza Community Justice Network for Youth
Malachi Larrabee-Garza is the founder and Principle at Innovative Justice Solutions. In this role, Malachi engages grassroots and intermediary organizations, philanthropy, impact investors and governments to engage in collaborative projects for the collective good. Malachi is currently a Rosenberg Leading Edge Fellow focused on building reparations and restorative justice based collaboration in emerging cannabis economy. Malachi's previous work includes directing the Community Justice Network for Youth, a U.S. based national network of over 250 organizations working to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities within justice systems and build localized community alternatives. Malachi serves on the Board of Directors of the House of GG's: Griffin-Gracy Educational Retreat & Historical Center, Southerners On New Ground and the Transgender and Intersexed Justice Project. In 2015 Malachi received the VotoLatino Innovators Award for their work to bridge the technological divide particularly for Latino families who have incarcerated loved ones. In 2009 Malachi co-founded the Brown Boi Project. Malachi has been working 24/7 to build a liberation focused movement for the past 21 years and believes that we will win.