Meek Mill continues to take strides towards helping reform very-broken prison and judicial system. On Wednesday, reports surfaced that the Philly rapper has teamed up with JAY-Z, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and a number of others to launch a new initiative named Reform Alliance. 

Reform Alliance will first focus on problem areas in the prison reform system, specifically on probation and the parole system, Vulture points out. The organizations have set a goal of freeing at least one million people trapped in that system.

Mill, along with the other members, have pledged a total of $50 million toward their goal.

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