LinksInformation about allies and related sites.

    The Jericho Movement

    The National Jericho Movement is a movement to gain recognition of the fact that political prisoners and prisoners of war exist inside of the United States and winning amnesty and freedom for these political prisoners.

    Freedom Archives

    The Freedom Archives has historical materials about mass imprisonment and political prisoners and produces contemporary videos about prison issues.


    RAPP - Release Aging People In Prison

    RAPP works to get elderly and infirm people out of prison. The number of people aged 50 and older in New York State, where RAPP was founded, has risen more than 98% since 2000; it now exceeds 10,000—nearly 20% of the total incarcerated population.


    Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

    Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity (PHSS) is a coalition based in the Bay Area made up of grassroots organizations & community members committed to amplifying the voices of and supporting the prisoners at Pelican Bay & other CA prisons while on hunger strike.

    Malcolm X Grassroots Movement

    The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement is an organization of Afrikans in America/New Afrikans whose mission is to defend the human rights of our people and promote self-determination in our community.

    4 Struggle Magazine

    Views, Thoughts and Analysis from the Hearts and Minds of North American Political Prisoners and Friends.

    Free Mumia

    International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal

    Critical Resistance

    Critical Resistance seeks to build an international movement to end the prison industrial complex (PIC) by challenging the belief that caging and controlling people makes us safe

    Who Is Leonard Peltier

    The official website dedicated to freeing Native American activist Leonard Peltier.

    Oscar Lopez Rivera

    The National Boricua Human Rights Network (NBHRN) advocates for the release Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar Lopez Rivera. Given the injustice of his lengthy sentence, and the irrationality of his continuing imprisonment, we add our voice to the voice of the many civic, religious, political and community leaders in the U.S., Puerto Rico and abroad who have asked him to come home, be it by presidential commutation or parole.

    Move 9 Parole

    Almost 33 years after the Aug. 8, 1978 confrontation in Philadelphia, the eight remaining "MOVE 9" prisoners are still being denied parole. MOVE is asking for support.

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