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Former Inmate Keidrain Brewster Honored with Chaplaincy Department Award at the 29th Annual Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Awards Ceremony

Keidrain Brewster

Nationwide — Keidrain Brewster, a former inmate turned success story from Dallas, Texas, was awarded the prestigious Chaplaincy Department Award during the 29th Annual Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Awards Ceremony held on April 26, 2024. The ceremony, held in Austin, Texas, was attended by prominent dignitaries including Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott, Texas Board of Criminal Justice Chairman Eric Nichols, and Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Executive Director Bryan Collier.

Accompanied by a photo capturing the moment of triumph, Keidrain Brewster can be seen holding the Chaplaincy Department Award, a symbol of his remarkable journey and the recognition of his remarkable achievements.

The Chaplaincy Department Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exceptional dedication and commitment to their personal growth and rehabilitation while incarcerated, and who have made significant contributions to the community upon release. Keidrain Brewster’s remarkable journey serves as an inspiration to all, particularly the black community, as he has exemplified resilience, determination, and the power of second chances.

Keidrain Brewster’s transformation from a former inmate to a beacon of hope is a testament to his unwavering determination and the knowledge he gained from various rehabilitation programs during his time in the criminal justice system. Despite facing numerous challenges, Keidrain’s commitment to personal growth and his desire to break the cycle of incarceration led him on a path toward redemption and success.

Through his dedication to education, vocational training, and personal development, Keidrain Brewster emerged as a role model for those seeking positive change. Since his release, he has actively engaged in community initiatives aimed at empowering individuals affected by the criminal justice system which he has dubbed “The Big Reform Movement.” Keidrain’s story resonates with the black community, highlighting the potential for personal growth and success, even in the face of adversity.

The above photo of Keidrain holding the Chaplaincy Department Award captures the essence of hope, resilience, and the transformative power of second chances.

For press inquiries or media interviews, contact Erika B at bigreformmovement@gmail.com or 469-655-0105.