ABOLITIONIST PRINCIPLES & CAMPAIGN STRATEGIES FOR PROSECUTOR ORGANIZING

The organizations that came together to develop this framework were Community Justice Exchange, Court Watch MA, Families for Justice as Healing, Project NIA, and Survived and Punished NY.

Thanks to Fahd Ahmed, Amna Akbar, Erin Miles Cloud, Lily Fahsi-Haskell, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Craig Gilmore, Joey Mogul, Andrea Ritchie, Lisa Sangoi and Dean Spade and others for reviewing and providing critical feedback.

The following guide can be downloaded as a PDF document here.

Please note that the hyperlinks only work on the PDF, not in the below images.

 
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ORGANIZATIONAL SIGNATORIES IN SUPPORT OF THESE PRINCIPLES:

 

Community Justice Exchange
Court Watch MA
Families for Justice as Healing
Project NIA
Survived and Punished NY

Baltimore Courtwatch
Beyond Prisons Podcast
Black and Pink
Black Lives Matter - Los Angeles
The Bronx Defenders
Brooklyn Community Bail Fund
Broome Tioga Green Party
California Prison Moratorium Project
Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice
Detroit Justice Center
Dream Defenders
DRUM - Desis Rising Up & Moving
Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) Libertarian Socialist Caucus
Fair Chance Project
FUEL - Families United to End LWOP
Harvard Law School National Lawyers Guild
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Love & Protect
Michigan Liberation
Mijente
Movement for Family Power
National Lawyers Guild at Yale Law School
Parole Preparation Project
The Real Cost of Prisons Project
Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund
Worth Rises

Updated as of 10/10/2019