Join AFSC-AZ’s partners across Arizona and around the country in helping to protect incarcerated people from coronavirus and to bring them home!
Help AFSC call on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to immediately release all aging and vulnerable incarcerated people from Maryland prisons.
This request comes personally from the Friend of a Friend program. Andrew Parker-Bey was one of the early participants in the program and was the second incarcerated in the state. Please take a moment to sign and pass along through your networks.
Our friends in New York are attempting to compel Gov. Andrew Cuomo to use his clemency power to release vulnerable people from prison now, end prison labor that’s forcing incarcerated people to make hand sanitizer for less than $1/day, and stop rollbacks on bail reform. You can support Color of Change by signing this petition.
#cut50 joins many organizations across the country in urging every state to support recommendations and reforms that keep everyone safe against the coronavirus by implementing policies that ensure the safety, health, and overall wellbeing of incarcerated individuals – particularly during a pandemic. Add your name in support of recommendations and reforms that keep everyone safe during this pandemic.
Decision makers at every level must prevent and contain the spread of COVID-19 by taking action to promote the most effective strategy to #FlattenTheCurve. You can send letters to your local officials and demand they issue decarceral guidelines right now to prevent social spreading, jail “churn,” and the deaths of vulnerable people by visiting the Justice Collaborative’s COVID-19 resource page.
You can sign onto a public statement that’s one of several initiatives begun by our friends at SWOP (Sex Workers Outreach Project) Behind Bars to exclusively frame concerns around the government response to the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of incarcerated people, previously incarcerated people, and their families.
VOTE-NOLA has a list of demands for Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, including immediately granting 180 days of Good Time to everyone with less than six months left on their sentence, and issuing medical parole for everyone with respiratory conditions, and anyone who is immunocompromised and/or over 60 years old. You can help by making phone calls, sending emails, and amplifying these demands on social media.