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Now Available: Toolkit to Organize Letterwriting Events

Now Available: Toolkit to Organize Letterwriting Events

Download S&P Toolkit to Organize Letterwriting Events! Writing letters is a critical tool to overcome the isolation and erasure of people who are incarcerated. Gathering in a group to write can be a way to take collective action, to show solidarity, and to support...

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Tondalao Hall Is Free!

Tondalao Hall Is Free!

We are thrilled to share that Tondalao Hall is free after being released from Mabel Basset Correctional Facility yesterday afternoon! Last month, the Oklahoma Pardon & Parole Board unanimously voted in favor of a commutation of Tondalao's 30 year sentence, a decision...

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#DVAM 2019 Events

#DVAM 2019 Events

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join Survived & Punished members at the following #DVAM events and uplift criminalized survivors of violence. Oct 2, NYC: What We Mean When We Say Free Them All: Lessons from the Social Justice Initiative October 2 @ 6:30...

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Oct 26, NYC: Introduction to Disability Justice

Oct 26, NYC: Introduction to Disability Justice

Organized by Survived & Punished NY, this workshop will explore the past and present nexus between racism, classism, ableism, and structural inequity, focusing in particular on multiply-marginalized people. We will work to expand our collective understanding of...

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I Killed My Partner. It Saved My Life.

I Killed My Partner. It Saved My Life.

Powerful reflection by Arlene Adams and a beautiful photo essay by Clara Vannucci @ The New York Times. Arlene Adams draws the connections between the trauma caused by domestic violence and incarceration, the pattern of prosecuting survivors of domestic violence when...

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