All of Us or None is a community based organization committed to acting as an advocate for incarcerated individuals with children. They are a project of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, an organization protecting civil and human rights, advocating for the rights of formerly and currently incarcerated individuals and their families. They are fighting against the ongoing inequity that people face every day as a result of arrest or criminal conviction status. The hope of All of Us or None is to empower the voices of individuals most impacted by mass incarceration and the expansion of the prison-industrial complex. Through their community organizing, they are building a powerful political movement to achieve the full restoration of every individual’s human and civil rights. For more information about the specific advocacy and policy work by All of Us or None throughout Georgia, contact the organization directly using the information on this page.
The Abolitionist Law Center is a public interest law firm inspired by the struggle of political and politicized incarcerated people and organized for the purpose of abolishing class and race-based mass incarceration in the United States.
The Idaho Innocence Project is part of the Forensic Justice Project at Boise State University. Its mission is to correct and prevent wrongful convictions in Idaho through research, education, and litigation.