- Prison Activist Resource Center
Volunteer organization dedicated to challenging institutionalized racism in the criminal justice system. Find information about political prisoners, POWs, women in prison, the death penalty, legal activism, and other issues.
Clearinghouse for research and statistics about prisons, imprisonment, and the criminal justice system. Includes stats and fact sheets about the death penalty, mandatory minimum sentences, racial disparities, and recidivism.
- Prison Radio
Aims to challenge mass incarceration and racism by airing the voices of prison inmates. Includes the audio essays of Mumia Abu-Jabal. From the Redwood Justice Fund.
- Prisoner Rights
News and information about the legal rights of U.S. prisoners, from the ACLU National Prison Project. Includes information for inmates, facts about health and medical issues in prison, and a tool kit for advocates helping eligible prisoners to vote.
- Innocent In Prison Project International (IIPPI)
Volunteer organization of prisoners, their families, friends, and activists working against wrongful imprisonment and false convictions worldwide. Find out about IPPI events, campaigns, and fundraising drives.
- Third World Traveler: US Prison Watch
News and statistics about U.S. prisons. Covers issues such as the War on Drugs, the prison industrial complex, and racial divides in the criminal justice system. Also includes book excerpts and recommendations.
- Deaths In Custody Watch Committee
Community organisation committed to preventing deaths of prisoners in custody in Western Australia. Focuses on ensuring the implementation of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths In Custody.
- Crime and Punishment: Is Man Responsible for His Actions?
Commentary on questions of punishment and rehabilitation, from a Christian perspective. Includes highlights from writings about humanitarianism and injustice by author C.S. Lewis.
- Prisons in Crisis
Analysis of the role of prisons in U.S. society. Explores the prison system's effectiveness at punishing prisoners, protecting society, preventing future crime, and rehabilitating criminals. From Watchtower, the official web site of Jehovah's Witnesses.
- Jailing the Mentally Ill
Radio series about mentally ill prisoners in the American penal system. Includes audio interviews, a photo essay, and discussion of the insanity defense. From American RadioWorks, July 2000.
- Voices Behind the Walls
Newsletter from inmates in Pennsylvania prisons. Read first-person stories of life behind the walls, bars, and razor-wire fences of the state's prison system.
- Ohio Families Against Disparate Sentences (OHFADS)
Organization of Ohio prisoners and their families, working to change sentencing inequality in the state. With information about Ohio law and legislative news, as well as links to support groups, and advocates for prisoners and family.
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