Study Guide to facilitate group discussion of Michelle Alexander's Book, The New Jim Crow
AFSC Friends Relations creates toolkits and resources for Quakers who want to do work on mass incarceration.
Philadelphia , PA
The Michigan Criminal Justice Program is a program of the American Friends Service Committee in their Michican program office. They focus on providing education and materials about support groups, legal assistance, and other programs.
The Michigan Criminal Justice Program also includes the Good Neighbor Project, which is a "co-mentorship program designed to match up free-world individuals with Michigan prisoners who are serving Life or Long Indeterminate sentences."
48197 Ypsilanti , MI
And Still We Rise Productions is a collaborative theatre project dedicated to healing, public awareness, and social change through empowering the voices of formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones.
02130 Jamaica Plain , MA
The Austin/Travis County Reentry Roundtable is a collaboration between formerly incarcerated residents of Austin and other community members to stregthen programs and efforts related to helpfully and healthfully reintegrate former prisoners into the community. The Roundtable understands that this work takes the support and work of the whole community, and have created many resources and taskforces to that end.
Austin , TX
AVP Massachusets offers the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) in Massachussets communities and prisons. AVP is an international volunteer progam that enables participants to deal with potentially violent situations in new and creative ways.
We don’t lecture or preach. Our experiential workshops use the shared experiences of participants, interactive exercises, games and role plays to examine the ways in which we respond to situations where injustice, prejudice, frustration, and anger can lead to aggressive behavior and violence.
01742 Concord , MA
Media campaign to inform and engage Americans on mass incarceration. Includes a variety of short films.
A radical analysis based on AFSC's decades of experience advocating for prison reform.
This brochure is intended for use in programs that provide support to children of incarcerated parents. It includes a "bill of rights" that these children should have.