TURNING AWAY FROM SYSTEMS OF POLICING AND PUNISHMENT DOESN’T MEAN TURNING AWAY FROM ACCOUNTABILITY.

BY MARIAME KABA & ANDREA J. RITCHIE · JULY [...]

2021-04-13T15:59:50-04:00December 1, 2020|Analysis, Police Accountability, Resources|Comments Off on TURNING AWAY FROM SYSTEMS OF POLICING AND PUNISHMENT DOESN’T MEAN TURNING AWAY FROM ACCOUNTABILITY.

Call to Action to Support Women’s Bodily Autonomy and Close the ICE Detention Camps, from Grassroots Global Justice

Español abajo For Immediate Release: September 22, 2020 Washington, [...]

2021-04-13T16:00:04-04:00December 1, 2020|Funding Needs and Opportunities, News, Resources|Comments Off on Call to Action to Support Women’s Bodily Autonomy and Close the ICE Detention Camps, from Grassroots Global Justice

Until We’re Free: Philanthropy’s Role in Decriminalizing, Decarcerating, and Dreaming our Future, from Borealis Philanthropy.

Until We’re Free: Philanthropy’s Role in Decriminalizing, Decarcerating, and [...]

2021-04-13T16:00:15-04:00December 1, 2020|Analysis, Police Accountability, Resources|Comments Off on Until We’re Free: Philanthropy’s Role in Decriminalizing, Decarcerating, and Dreaming our Future, from Borealis Philanthropy.

No Pride in Deportation: From Vice to ICE Toolkit

BreakOUT! and NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers recently released the Vice to ICE Toolkit, a resource on organizing across intersections of identities, including race, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, country of origin, and language.

2021-05-10T19:09:57-04:00June 30, 2017|Criminalization of Communities of Color, Featured, Field Report, Reports and Case Studies, Resources|Comments Off on No Pride in Deportation: From Vice to ICE Toolkit

Who Pays? The True Cost of Incarceration on Families

Who Pays? The True Cost of Incarceration on Families proves that the costs of locking up millions of people is much deeper than we think. Locking up individuals also breaks apart their families and communities, saddles them with overwhelming debt, and leads to mental and physical ailments. The situation is dire, but a better approach is possible.

2020-12-09T18:11:19-05:00November 25, 2015|Criminalization of Communities of Color, Field Report, Reports and Case Studies, Resources|Comments Off on Who Pays? The True Cost of Incarceration on Families
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