End Mass Incarceration

Nation Inside is a platform that connects and supports people who are building a movement to systematically challenge mass incarceration in the United States.

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FL
End Prison Slave Contracts in Alachua County
[UPDATE: After circulating this letter-writing campaign, the City of Gainesville responded saying they would phase out the contracts and replace prison labor with a job training program. ...
KY
Tell Congress: Even the DOJ Doesn't Want Another Toxic Prison in Appalachia
This action will send a letter to your representatives in Congress who could take a stand to save taxpayers $444 million dollars by respecting the Department of Justice (DOJ) position on not building this pri...
VA
Stop the Unfair Sentencing Trap in VA (FISHBACK & SENTENCING DISPARITY)
"Working together to end mass incarceration by improving the effectivene...

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Bridging the Rural and Urban Divide to End Mass Incarceration
For nearly 20 years now, I’ve met with relatives of prisoners freighted to rural prisons. For working class families, the long distance phone calls and road trips required to keep in touch with an incarcerated lov
Caught in the Phone Tracker Upsell
A law enforcement agency not everyone will be familiar with, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI), has been getting familiar with your phone.
Documents Reveal How Law Enforcement Partners with Private Companies to Surveil Schools
Unbeknownst to students across the country, their school may be surveilling their social media activity... even individuals who have no affiliation with a school may get scooped up in the dragnet.

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Challenging Incarceration Stories : Ann Lamb
We need people to really stand up and resist and fight...we are not powerless.-Ann Lamb
Challenging Incarceration Stories: Lorenzo Brooks
We want to see these guys released...change the language from tell the parole board what they must do not what they may do. - Lorenzo Brooks
Challenging Incarceration Stories: Jack Davis
What does mass incarceration prove, nothing.- Jack

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