#FreeThemAll Commutations Campaign
S&P launched campaigns in California, New York, and Illinois that demand the commutation of sentences for all criminalized survivors and the end of Life Without Parole sentencing for all incarcerated people.
S&P organizes convenings for activists, currently/formerly incarcerated survivors, and advocates to strategize, build together, and plan for freedom. SAVE THE DATE for the S&P 2nd Annual National Convening: March 2, 2019.
Letter Writing Action Center
Writing letters to criminalized survivors helps to dismantle this isolation, creating pathways for connection, collaboration, and coalition. This resource page includes, tips about principles and practices to write letters to survivors who are incarcerated, a toolkit for organizing letter writing gatherings to reach more people, addresses for incarcerated survivors, and an opportunity to submit more addresses of incarcerated survivors to add to the list.
Survivor Survey Project
To learn more about incarcerated survivors’ experiences and visions for freedom, California S&P, the TGI Justice Project, & California Coalition for Women Prisoners circulated surveys to hundreds of trans, gender non-conforming, and women survivors of domestic and sexual violence who are incarcerated in women’s and men’s prisons in California. Join our email list for updates about the survey findings.