She joins growing group of actors and artists in support of criminal justice reform legislation in L.A. County
Actress and activist Jane Fonda announced her support last week for a campaign to bring more transparency and public accountability to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The goal is to ensure that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors invests some of the $3.5 billion planned for building new jails into providing alternatives to incarceration.
Fonda joins others in Hollywood including singer John Legend, actress Alyssa Milano, Matt McGorry (Orange is the New Black, How to Get Away with Murder), Kendrick Sampson (How to Get Away with Murder), Shailene Woodley (Big Little Lies), Jason George (Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19), Bojana Novakovic (Instinct), Sophia Bush (Chicago P.D.) and Fifth Harmony singer Lauren Michelle Jauregu who have taken to social media to ask registered County voters to sign the petition for the Reform Jails and Community Reinvestment Initiative to ensure that ballot measure is on the November general election ballot.