The prison rate is dropping but the use of electronic monitoring is growing. Electronic Monitoring threatens to become a form of technological mass incarceration, shifting the site and costs of imprisonment from state facilities to vulnerable communities and households. Join the Media Justice Online Action Team.
How can we add to the visibility and focus of the resistance movement against policies and practices that have brought about mass incarceration? When will criminal justice reform be a critical issue for large blocks of voters? Be ready to learn more May 9.
Help the Washington, D.C. Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizen Affairs Get Funding by May 10
Join a Twitter Thunderclap to elevate our voices and concerns the morning of January 17, the National Day of Racial Healing.
Help Replace Private Profits That Hurt Incarcerated People, Correctional Officers, and Taxpayers, with Publicly Funded and Managed Programs that Provide Job Training, Mental Health Care, and Substance Abuse Treatment
Host Your Own Screening of ‘They Call Us Monsters’ to Educate the Masses on Juvenile Justice
Join the #LoveArmy; Fight for an inclusive country
Sign the petition to Facebook: Don’t Censor Human Rights Documentation
Launch the Injustice Boycott in Standing Rock, San Francisco, and New York City
Learn how to implement best-practice hiring policies that expand employment opportunities for formerly incarcerated men and women and jobseekers with the Ban the Box philanthropy challenge
Endorse the platform for the Movement for Black Lives’ and its policy demands on behalf of Black Americans
Tell the U.S. Sentencing Commission what they should focus on in 2017
Remember our parents behind bars and the devastating human cost of mass incarceration. Write and read a love letter on YouTube.
Help End Direct File in California
Tell DOJ to Require Mandatory Reporting by Police