Join us in the fight to promote a more humane and equitable U.S. criminal legal system. Your awareness, activism, and support is vital to making a difference to the individuals, families, and communities impacted by mass incarceration.
50 Years and A Wake Up in Texas
Join us for a discussion with Mano Amiga and Vera Institute of Justice in San Marcos, Texas. We’ll talk about the dire state of the criminal legal system, the devastating impact of incarceration on communities and families, and the exploration of more effective crime prevention and public safety strategies.
Changing laws and policies to end mass incarceration require a mass movement. Here are ways you can engage at the federal, state, and local levels.
Stop Congress from Building Another Prison in Kentucky
The construction of a new federal prison in Kentucky is a costly and unnecessary proposal, motivated by a desire to create a federal jobs program in eastern Kentucky, not to accommodate the actual needs of the Bureau of Prisons or public safety. Tell your federal lawmakers to cancel funding for another prison in Kentucky!
Join the Second Look Movement in Michigan
The Sentencing Project is gearing up for some big announcements for legislative reform to advance Second Look reforms in Michigan. Join us if you're interested in aiding in this movement!
Sign up to be a Democracy Champion today
The Sentencing Project is spearheading a campaign to bring access to the ballot to all. Sign up to receive invites to our national jail-based voting coalition monthly calls and support to help bring jail-based voting.
Help end mass incarceration and racial injustice
The Sentencing Project works for a fair and effective criminal justice system through our groundbreaking research, effective advocacy, and by building the capacity of national, state, and local organizations. But we can’t do this vital work without your support.