Adnan Khan is the co-founder and executive director of Re:Store Justice, a non-profit organization he co-founded while incarcerated. He also created FIRSTWATCH, a media filmmaking project produced entirely by incarcerated people. Incarcerated at the age of 18, Khan was sentenced to 25 years to life under the Felony/Murder rule. While incarcerated, he inspired, launched, and worked on the Felony/Murder rule legislation (Senate Bill 1437) with Re:Store Justice. The bill passed and after serving 16 years, in January 2019, Adnan was the first person re-sentenced under the bill he helped create. Today, he is continuing his advocacy work nationally as well as internationally.