Current Campaigns and Projects
Coalition's staff, working with volunteers and advisors, develops
projects in which people can easily participate. Some of our
projects require teamwork, and others you can work by yourself.
Please review the summaries listed below and visit that portion
of our website for a complete description and instructions on
how you can be involved. If you have any questions, each page
will give you an opportunity to address your concerns to the
person best suited to give you an answer.
||In April 2002 the November Coalition
launched a national petition drive and education campaign to
build public support for a return to parole or similar policy
of earned, early release for federal prisoners. We are looking
for people who will sign the petition online, and gather signatures
of support. Sign online and download a hard copy to share with
your friends today!
display of the "well-connected" illustrates the injustice
and hypocrisy of the drug war. Great for public events, or private
Also available in a broadside (or brochure)! Please include a
copy of this new broadside in your correspondence. Paying bills
by mail, send one of these with your payments!
A CANpaign for Freedom! The November Coalition, a national
organization of drug war prisoners and their loved ones has launched
Open The Can, a CANpaign for freedom. With prisoners packed into
prisons like sardines, there is no justice in the war on drugs!
||Inspired by the Argentine Mothers
of the Disappeared in the 1970's and the loved ones of Rockefeller
Drug law victims in New York city, the November Coalition began
the National Vigil Project in 1999.
Two Million, Too Many Vigils captured the imagination of thousands
of participants and received national and international press
in 2000. Be vigilant - introduce public demonstrations to your
group! November Coalition can help.
for Justice springs from the extreme need and aspirations of
thousands of drug war prisoners and their loved ones victimized
by unjust drug and sentencing laws.
We journey for justice to fortify resolve, and awaken the
dignity of ordinary people assaulted daily by a drug war that
isn't a war on drugs - but a war on people.
November Coalition members are always
looking for educational methods that work! If you have an
idea for a campaign or project - we want to know. Send us an
and describe your project. In the subject line write: Campaign