Tags » Mass Incarceration

Why Climate and Prison Activists Are Working Together 

Milk Not Jails is fighting to end mass incarceration and is fighting for a more livable world. In that world, urban and rural New Yorkers work together to build a sustainable economy where once imprisoned people are employed and once struggling farms flourish. 289 more words

Get Involved

Speak Up Florida (Part 2): Human Rights Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

http://punkonomicsdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/prison-pt-2.mp3

To download right click and select “save link as” >>> PRISON PT. 2

We had 3 exciting local guests: Miguel Adams (cofounder of Speak-Up-Florida: for the Movement to End the New Jim Crow… 109 more words

Justice

Speak Up Florida (Part 1): Human Rights Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

http://punkonomicsdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/prison-pt-1.mp3

To download right click and select “save link as” >>> PRISON PT. 1

We had 3 exciting local guests: Miguel Adams (cofounder of Speak-Up-Florida: for the Movement to End the New Jim Crow… 109 more words

Justice

Inside Art

inside art
An exhibit of painting and poetry by men incarcerated
at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (the Greenfield Jail)

Artspace
15 Mill Street, Greenfield, MA… 180 more words

Elm Street Think Tank

Supporting the Judge Our Youth Campaign

Working with the Campaign for Youth Justice, DC Lawyers for Youth (DCLY) has been fighting for justice in Washington DC for youth being tried as adults. 646 more words

Threatened with Jail for Being Poor

Many people think that debtor’s prisons disappeared from American society just as surely as horse-based transportation. But in fact, people who are too poor to pay fines are still being threatened with incarceration today, but with an all too familiar twist: private companies are making money off people who can’t pay. 413 more words

Brave New Films

August 21 Free Nestora protest New York City


Video of the Free Nestora Salgado protest on August 21 in New York City. Freedom Socialist Party presidential candidate Stephen Durham speaking about Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment (CRIR). 7 more words

Nestora Salgado