Darla Jones is a Los Angeles native who advocates for community building and abolishing slavery in all prisons. Darla graduated from Black Stone Career Institute as a certified paralegal. Darla also attended Palo Verde College for Business Administration. Darla has over 10 years of experience as a legal aid assisting men and women in the California State prison population. Darla is currently active as an advocate/activist for reputable prison reform advocacy groups advocating for equality, healing, gang intervention, prison reform, and equity in the community. In Darla’s free time, she works out, listens to music, and assists with community outreach providing/organizing food, clothes, and resources to disenfranchised communities.