Resistance Behind Bars documents collective organizing and individual resistance among women incarcerated in the U.S. and challenges the reader to question why these instances and efforts have been ignored and why many assume that women do not organize to demand change.
PrisonPlace.com is an online community for friends and families of those incarcerated. This new community is designed to offer accurate and current information on all Federal and State prisons and to create a community where friends and family of inmates, and all former inmates, can share stories and information.
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Working to stop human rights violations, improve medical care and end long-term isolation in California’s prisons.
2940 16th St. Suite 307, San Francisco, CA 94103
tel:415-252-9211 Fax: 415-252-9311 firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeks to stop all public and private prison construction in California for five years. During this time, money will be diverted from California’s prison construction budget to fund and actively pursue alternatives to incarceration for as many people as possible. As a result, communities will have the power to examine the reasons people break the law, and seek alternatives to prison.
PO Box 339, Berkeley, CA 94701 tel:(510) 893-4648 email@example.com
A private non-profit organization with a mission to reduce reliance on incarceration as a solution to social problems.
1622 Folsom St., San Francisco, CA 94103
tel:(415) 621-5661 firstname.lastname@example.org