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DC March Sponsors

If you are interested in being a Sponsor of the Family Members and Friends of People Incarcerated March on Washington on the weekend of August 12 & 13, please fill out the Participant Registration Form Here.

This is a serious grassroots effort, and we need your help. We humbly request that all sponsors provide a donation of at least $100.00 to the DC March. (You can donate online here through PayPal)

Many organizations and groups are making this historical event possible. Sponsors are donating time, and non-cash resources, human energy and money.

We will be gathering in DC with reknown speakers, music, and song. Weekend events will send a strong message to U.S. leaders that this terrible legacy of mass U.S. imprisonment, and its days of legitimacy are over. Coming together will also strengthen the movement for the struggle to come.

A minimum sponsorhip donation of $100 is requested. If your group is newly organizing, and has no budget, or experience in fundraising, we want you to know that your volunteer hours, promoting the march -- makes you an official sponsor.

You can donate online, or print and mail the form with a check or money order. Your help, advocacy and promotion of this event is appreciated by people imprisoned, their loved ones, along with concerned citizens nationwide. Your gift of sponsorship will make a real difference, and help us on our journey for justice.

Sponsors will be added to a One-way Email Announcement List. The only email you will receive is pertinent to the march. Thank you for your support and interest in this historic event.

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Join Family Members and Friends of People Incarcerated, along with:

Patrick Crusade
Bars None Organization
Humane Treatment 4 Human Beings
November Coalition
Miracles Of Hope Network
Kevin Curtis, Music/Songwriter
Making The Walls Transparent
FACTS (Families to Amend
California's Three Strikes)

Family Members of People Incarcerated
Efficacy Online
The Drug Policy Alliance
Prison Art Project
Southern Center For Human Rights
Innocent in Prison Project International
Inmate Activists
NY City AIDS Housing Network
StoptheDrugWar.org: The Drug Reform Coordination Network (DRCNet)
The Prisons Foundation
WONPR (Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform)
All Of Us Or None
PeterLove, Singer/Songwriter
CAN-DO:Justice Through Clemency
US Marijuana Party
South Carolinians for Drug Law Reform
St. Mark Union Church
New Vision Organization, Inc.
FILO, Inc. (Families of
Incarcerated Loved Ones)
California Prison Focus
The Harambee Radio Network
The Open Society Institute
Alliance for Inmates with AIDS
The Advocate 4 Justice, LLC
Prison Action Network
Fight For Lifers Inc.
LEAP (Law Enforcement
Against Prohibition)
Families and Communities United
School of the Americas Watch (SOA)
Critical Resistance: Baltimore, MD
Critical Resistance: Washington, DC
Critical Resistance: Atlanta, GA
Southern Poverty Law Center
Project HOPE To
Abolish The Death Penalty

The Refuge of St. Petersburg, Florida
Unblock The Vote
Time For Change Foundation
NYC Jericho Amnesty Movement
ACLU Capital Punishment Project
SSDP (Students For
Sensible Drug Policy)
Senate Select Community Committee on Calfornia's Correctional System
Urban Leadership Institute
FOXO (Fraternal Order
of X-Offenders)
Right To Vote: Campaign To
End Felony Disenfranchisement

Annie Armen Live Talk Radio
Books Not Bars
Youth Justice Coalition
FPPP (Federal Prison Policy Project)
TOPS (The Ordinary Peoples Society)
Silva Rivera Law Project
Ohio Family LINKS
Conjoin, Inc.
Harm Reduction Coalition
Kids In Court
Imprisoned Children
World Advocates For Children
Breaking The Chains
Justice Works!
The Real Cost of Prisons Project
American Humanist Association
Black 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!

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