Building a Human Justice Movement — WITHOUT EXCLUSIONS

Cardozo School of Law 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York, United States

(PLEASE NOTE TIME CORRECTION: THIS EVENT BEGINS AT 12:00; NOT 1:00p) Join the Release Aging People in Prison Campaign, the Parole Preparation Project, Families and Friends of the Wrongfully Convicted, and the Perlmutter Center for Legal Justice for a town hall discussion in support of the passage of the Elder Parole Bill, Fair and Timely …

Film Screening & Panel Discussion of “The Interview”

Harlem Center for Opportunity 2960 Frederick Douglass Blvd., New York, New York, United States

Join us in Harlem. NYC for The Interview, a powerful short film on the injustices of New York's parole system, followed by a panel discussion with the Doe Fund, the Liberty Fund, Bend the Arc, and the Release Aging People in Prison campaign. Light refreshments will be served.

One Year Free Fundraiser: Honoring Stanley Jamel Bellamy

On April 24, 2023, Stanley Jamel Bellamy walked out of prison after 37.5 years of incarceration. Met at the prison gates by leaders of the RAPP family, Jamel immediately became one of our community leaders. Months later, he became our full-time NYC Community Organizer. Please join us on April 30, 2024 @ 7pm on zoom …

Parole Justice Advocacy Day

New York State Capitol State St. and Washington Ave, Albany, New York, United States

Our next large-scale advocacy day for this legislative session is happening on Tuesday, May 7! ♥️🎊🍙 We're excited to have everyone join us to celebrate the hard work of our formerly incarcerated community members and loved ones. We have an outreach guide here! Please send this out to your networks far and wide and we'll see you there! Food and transportation …

The High Cost of Low Risk • The Crisis of Aging and Incarceration • Webinar

In 2013, diverse leaders, organizations, and stakeholders came together to form the NY Aging Reentry Task Force. The next year, The Osborne Association issued a report called The High Cost of Low Risk: The Crisis of America's Aging Prison Population. In the past 10 years, the NY State prison population has decreased from 54,000 to …