We work to dismantle the prison industrial complex and end the exploitation of those it touches.


What’s New


boston commits to reinvest $250 Million!

Responding to our calls for action, Mayor Walsh announced that Boston will reinvest $150M in socially responsible companies and commit $100M to community banks. We’re fighting for more! Learn more.


Communication becomes easier in mecklenburg

Visits are back and all children in Mecklenburg County Jail can make phone calls to their loved ones and support networks free of charge! More changes are on the horizon—look out for updates.


capitalizing on justice moves to Nyu

After a successful showcase at the Urban Justice Center and coverage by outlets like The Guardian, our Capitalizing on Justice art exhibit will be moving to NYU Gallatin Galleries! Explore the exhibit.

Capitalizing on Justice


Capitalizing on Justice features the works of incarcerated artists from across the nation who have used their talents to express the ways they and their loved ones have been commodified. Spanning a variety of genres and styles, the works in this exhibition were made using limited resources: state-issued materials, prison contraband, and yard scraps. They were shipped in makeshift envelopes and tattered boxes from as deep in our criminal legal system as Arkansas’ death row and come together to make a strong statement against the prison industrial complex.

NEWS! March 14-28 - New York University Gallatin Galleries