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A Life Worthy of Progress

Dear Friend, “My country’s justice system is designed to disrupt your sanity and annihilate your dignity from the very beginning.” – Heather Jarvis Twenty-nine-year-old Heather Jarvis is a mother, daughter, writer, and student currently serving her… Read More

The State Wants Mumia To Die

This is a life and death situation and we need to mobilize immediately. Congestive heart failure. Unrelenting skin eruptions are causing damaged, ruptured, leathery, dry, exposed wounds. Not one spot on his body is free of dry cracked and bloody open wounds. No longer in an outside hospital, Mumia is back in the prison infirmary in excruciating discomfort and pain. Read More

Survivors of Abuse

1 in 3 women has experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. According to a study by the US Department of Justice, the most dangerous time for a battered woman is when she leaves. In Michigan, 75% of the women who are killed by their intimate partners are murdered after the relationship is over or as it ends. Read More

Step Into The Past

Dear Friend, With Biden and Harris officially sworn into office, millions of people were full of relief and excitement. As correspondent Mumia Abu-Jamal said, “An American president loses his hard-fought re-election bid and, within moments, the streets… Read More

A 60% Infection Rate

Dear Friend, Since the beginning of this pandemic Michigan’s grassroots organizations have been asking Governor Whitmer, and the appointed Director of the MDOC Heidi Washington, to handle this crisis with public health and human rights… Read More

Quest For Justice

Dear Friend, In the time of great crisis, there is immense opportunity. The grassroots quest for justice on every front has gotten clearer and stronger. Our demands for a more just and peaceful world will… Read More

Families On The Inside

Dear Friend, My name is Jennifer Szénay. I’m a mother, student, advocate and daughter of a lifer. My passion as a prison abolitionist was born out of three decades of arduous lived experience within a… Read More