Re:Store justice was founded inside prison. They work to end life and extreme sentences by changing the way society and the legal system respond to violence & harm. They work towards healing traumas, finding lasting solutions to crime, and building safer, healthier, and more equitable communities. They advocate to ending life and extreme sentencing and mass incarceration. They also operate programs in prison such as Firstwatch, through personal narratives told from the perspective of incarcerated people, the project highlights the hidden world inside prison walls. Their Transformative Justice Class at California State Prison Lancaster project building connections inside prison by hearing stories by people sentenced to extreme prison terms and the people who are directly impacted by mass incarceration and advocating to help them. They also provide legal resources such as parole preparation.