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Technology advances connections for Deaf Inmates
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After nearly six years of all-volunteer advocacy by our organization, we were able to get a top executive at a the largest prison phone company (Global Tel Link) to blog about the importance of videophones in prisons across the nation! Anthony Bambocci blog mentions our Deaf Prisoner Phone Justice Campaign advocacy and our support of […]
Check out the Stories Project
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To hear the stories of Vermonters that have had the misfortune of becoming involved with our criminal legal system, check out the Stories Project. Watch clips, read excerpts of letters and poetry!
Activists Protest Rural Prison Building
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Politicians want to open a new federal prison in rural Kentucky. These activists have better ideas.
Jermaine Riley
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The Free Movement Campaign explores monitoring, surveillance, and militarized policing in North Carolina. We interview people about their perspectives on and experiences with these issues and how they intersect with race and public safety. With your help, we’ll delve into drones and body cams, racial profiling and stop-and-frisk, phone tracking and facial recognition. FMC hopes […]
Dustin Brown
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The Free Movement explores monitoring, surveillance, and militarized policing in North Carolina. We interview people about their perspectives on and experiences with these issues and how they intersect with race and public safety. With your help, we’ll delve into drones and body cams, racial profiling and stop-and-frisk, phone tracking and facial recognition. FMC hopes to […]
Zachary Hunter
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The Free Movement explores monitoring, surveillance, and militarized policing in North Carolina. We interview people about their perspectives on and experiences with these issues and how they intersect with race and public safety. With your help, we’ll delve into drones and body cams, racial profiling and stop-and-frisk, phone tracking and facial recognition. FMC hopes to […]
Khira Jones
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The Free Movement explores monitoring, surveillance, and militarized policing in North Carolina. We interview people about their perspectives on and experiences with these issues and how they intersect with race and public safety. With your help, we’ll delve into drones and body cams, racial profiling and stop-and-frisk, phone tracking and facial recognition. FMC hopes to […]
Why Pat is involved with TIFA
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The mission of the Texas Inmate Families Association is to break the cycle of incarceration in Texas by strengthening families through organizing, support, education, and advocacy.
Sharon’s involvement with TIFA
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Get Involved
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Across the country formerly incarcerated and their families are speaking out! Join the movement.