PARC is a prison abolitionist group committed to exposing and challenging all forms of institutionalised racism, sexism, able-ism, homophobia and classism within the Prison Industrial Complex. They seek to work with prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their friends and family.
America represents 5% of the world’s population—and 25% of its prisoners.
The U.S Justice Action Network implement strategies to reform the Criminal Justice system and raise awareness of issues that it poses to American society.
They operate throughout Arizona, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania.
The NCJA represents state, tribal, and local governments on crime prevention and control strategies.
Based in Washington, D.C., its members advocate all facets of the criminal and juvenile justice community, looking at law enforcement in its entirety.
The Sentencing Project works towards a fair and effective criminal justice system in the U.S. by promoting reforms in sentencing policy, as well as addressing disparities and unjust practices.
They look for alternatives to incarceration through aggressive media campaigns, and publication of ground-breaking research.
Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE) is a national organization that advocates positive change in the American legal system.
CURE operates throughout the U.S., including: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, DC, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.