Learn more about the issues, community activism and how you
can play a role in criminal justice reform today
Crusade is hosting a DC March Transportation Online Forum.
Whether you're organizing bus trips and car pools, or just looking
for a ride, this is the place to connect.
Crusade is also hosting a forum: Why Am I Going To The March On DC? We'd
like to hear from you - these informal messages will be available
for media and promotional contacts.
Review large collections of online and published resources
you, or your group will need for organizing and mobilizing your
friends, family and community.
Policy Institute is a non-profit research and a public policy
organization dedicated to ending society's reliance on incarceration
and promoting effective and just solutions to social problems.
Real Cost of Prisons Project brings together prison/justice
policy activists with political economists to create popular
education workshops and materials which explore both the immediate
and long-term costs of incarceration on the individual, her/his
family, community and the nation. The goals of the Real Cost
of Prisons Project are to strengthen and deepen the organizing
capacity of grassroots prison/justice activists and to broaden
the public's understanding of the economic and social consequences
of mass incarceration.
Up, a Guide to Grassroots Organizing: A comprehensive, step-by-step
primer in how to educate the public and get the social change
you want. Useful for both beginning activists and seasoned organizers,
this how-to manual updates yearly by our friends at the November
War Facts: "A valuable resource for anyone concerned
with drug policy." - Ira Rosen, Senior Producer, ABC News.
"A compendium of facts that fly in the face of accepted
wisdom." - David F. Duncan, Clinical Associate Professor,
Brown University Medical School
War Graphs - a collection of Incarceration Figures in stark
graph format. Download as individual full-color images or complete
PDF Format sets. Brought to you by the November
The Anti-Drug War - a vast compilation of facts & figures
by private citizen Brian C. Bennett
Prison Reform Organizations
Prison Moratorium Project seeks to stop all public and private
prison construction in California. The money saved from California's
prison construction budget should be used to fund and actively
pursue alternatives to imprisonment for as many people as possible.
Castle of Hope is a advocacy group that focuses
on the treatment of prisoners and helping men and women when
they get out of prison.
for Drug Policy
Resistance Home Page - A national organization dedicated
to opposing the expansion of the prison industrial complex.
Coordination Network (DRCNet)
to Amend California's Three Strikes)
and the Drug War (HR95)
Illicit Drug Policies: Selected Laws from the
Coalition is an organization that focuses on getting medical
help for prisoners who are being medically neglected. We try
to stop the abuses committed on prisoners by guards, the rapes,
beatings and the killing of prisoners just because they can do
Against Prohibition (LEAP)
the Walls Transparent. Florida State Prison Reform
Assisted Treatment. Website dedicated to helping people with
addictions. Includes case law to help prisoners receive the medical
treatment they need.
Middle Ground Prison Reform, Inc.
African American Drug Policy Coalition
for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
Native American Indian Spiritual Freedom in Prison.
Vision Organization. Due to the lack of interest and the
harsh sentencing policies enacted by the Federal and State government,
prisoners and their families are forced to live a life of hopelessness
Coalition, working to end drug war injustice
Relief Network (PRN)
Crusade is a Prison and Judicial reform group dedicated to
human rights for every human being. It cites cases, law &
government, prison links, organization links, research links
and much more.
with Children Legal Services advocates for the human rights
and empowerment of incarcerated parents, children, family members
and people at risk for incarceration.
Reform 2004: Reform The Rockefeller Drug Laws
Forum on Drug Policy
Restorative Justice Campaign. Restorative
justice programs are used in every region of the world, and applied
in virtually every phase of the criminal justice system.
Institute. Founded in 1982 by constitutional attorney and
author John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute is a civil
liberties organization that provides free legal services to people
whose constitutional and human rights have been threatened or
Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
Universalists for Drug Policy Reform (UUDPR)
for National Prohibition Reform (WONPR)
Join Family Members and Friends of People Incarcerated,
Humane Treatment 4 Human Beings
Of Hope Network
The Walls Transparent
California's Three Strikes)
Members of People Incarcerated
For Human Rights
in Prison Project International
AIDS Housing Network
The Drug Reform Coordination Network (DRCNet)
Organization for National Prohibition Reform)
Of Us Or None
Carolinians for Drug Law Reform
Mark Union Church
Vision Organization, Inc.
FILO, Inc. (Families
Incarcerated Loved Ones)
Harambee Radio Network
The Open Society
for Inmates with AIDS
Advocate 4 Justice, LLC
Fight For Lifers Inc.
LEAP (Law Enforcement
and Communities United
School of the
Americas Watch (SOA)
Critical Resistance: Baltimore, MD
Critical Resistance: Washington, DC
Critical Resistance: Atlanta, GA
Poverty Law Center
Abolish The Death Penalty
Refuge of St. Petersburg, Florida
Jericho Amnesty Movement
ACLU Capital Punishment Project
Sensible Drug Policy)
Select Community Committee on Calfornia's Correctional System
Vote: Campaign To
End Felony Disenfranchisement
Armen Live Talk Radio
Prison Policy Project)
(The Ordinary Peoples Society)
World Advocates For Children
Breaking The Chains
Real Cost of Prisons Project
Women's Defense League
Voice of the Ex-Offender (VOTE)
Kansas City Social Justice
Better Opportunities For
Our People (Alabama)
Concerned Citizens, Alabama
1st Responders Service
Prison Service Project
P.S. - Parole Support, FL
And many others. Please
register so that you can be listed as well. Thank you. See
you in Washington!