Wayne Kramer, a co-founding member of legendary proto-punk rock pioneers The MC5 and a 2020 Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame nominee, will perform a FREE concert with a lineup of local, formerly incarcerated musicians on Monday, January 20th – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Arizona – […]
Ending mass incarceration in Arizona and reversing decades of failed policies will require a bipartisan effort in 2020 led by those closest to this crisis. The ReFraming Justice Project of American Friends Service Committee-Arizona (AFSC-AZ) is responding by leading scores of formerly incarcerated people and the families of […]
Join us Monday night, January 20, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. for an exciting Kick Out the Jams for Justice! event with Wayne Kramer (MC5, Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Guitarists of All Time) and a full band of formerly incarcerated musicians and other local players who will *JAM FOR […]
Tuesday Brauer, a directly-impacted leader of our ReFraming Justice Project, reflects on the impact of the Day of Empathy.
Press Contact: Caroline Isaacs Phone: 520.256.4146 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tucson, Arizona – August 14, 2018 – Inspired by the success of podcasts like Ear Hustle and Justice in America, the American Friends Service Committee-Arizona (AFSC-AZ) has launched the ReFramingJustice podcast, a new platform for formerly incarcerated and convicted […]
For many years AFSC-Arizona has been working to reform sentencing and prison laws in Arizona. Now, we are excited to announce that we are partnering with the national group, Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM). FAMM is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization located in Washington, DC that has advocated for […]