A multi-racial civil rights organization helping communities of color dismantle and reform the unjust and inequitable policies that undermine the promise of democracy.
A national organizing initiative started by formerly-incarcerated people to help restore the civil and human rights of formerly-incarcerated people.
A coalition of change agents committed to improving the life chances of California’s boys and young men of color.
A support network for formerly incarcerated individuals and an advocate for fair and just criminal justice policies.
A human relations organization dedicated to confronting bias and racism in America. They promote understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures through advocacy, conflict resolution and education.
The Loyola Law School Center for Juvenile Law and Policy seeks to foster systemic reform of the Los Angeles Juvenile Justice system through ongoing research, discussion and advocacy.
A non-profit organization run and led by women whose mission is to empower and inspire young women who have been involved with the juvenile justice system and/or underground street economy.
A non-profit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to reduce society’s reliance on incarceration as a solution to social problems.
A non-profit organization that strives to meet the needs of underserved children in the state of California through policy, training and development
A non-profit organization whose mission is to empower the next generation of community leaders by interrupting the cycle of violence and poverty
The Youth Defender Clinic works to end the school to prison pipeline by representing young people involved in the juvenile justice system in Alameda county, especially those who are involved with delinquency proceedings.
A non-profit organization based in Oakland, CA, with local, state, and national campaigns to advance racial and economic justice to ensure dignity and opportunity for low-income people and people of color.
A non-profit organization that seeks to involve and engage fathers to improve the well-being of children, families and communities.
A grassroots organization that seeks to eliminate racial and ethnic disparity by building a community-centered response to youthful misbehavior that is equitable and restorative.
A non-profit organization that serves high-risk, formerly gang-involved men and women with a continuum of free services and programs, and operates seven social enterprises that serve as job-training sites.
A non-profit that provides the inherent right of youth, families and their communities to pursue their dreams and achieve their full potential in a just, safe and healthy society.
A non-profit, nongovernmental organization that defends and advances the human rights of people worldwide.
A national non-profit that works with and educate immigrants, community organizations, and the legal sector to continue to build a democratic society that values diversity and the rights of all people.
A non-profit organization that seeks to reduce juvenile recidivism using creative writing as a catalyst for personal transformation. Young people are empowered with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully re-integrate into their communities and become advocates for their future.
A non-profit organization founded by parents and families who have experienced the juvenile justice system with their children, are committed to ending the youth incarceration epidemic nationally.
A non-profit legal organization that works to advance, protect and promote the legal rights of communities of color, and low-income persons, immigrants, and refugees.
A non-profit, public interest law firm that litigates precedent-setting cases at the trial and appellate court levels; advocates for equitable public policies affecting the LGBT community; provides free legal assistance to LGBT people and their legal advocates; and conducts community education on LGBT issues.
A national non-profit organization that applies research to policy and practice in the criminal justice, juvenile justice, and child welfare system.
A non-profit organization that uses skills-based education and re-entry programs to service incarcerated young people as well as those re-entering the community following incarceration.
The Office of Restorative Justice provides pastoral care for the incarcerated, their families and victims of violent crime.
The largest grassroots congregation-based community-organizing network in california that brings in the voices and concerns of working families to the statewide policy arena.
A non-profit organization that relies on the wisdom, voice, and experience of local residents and organizations to create sustainable communities of opportunity.
The nation's largest not-for-profit law firm specializing in delivering pro bono legal services for disadvantaged and underserved populations, and immigrants.
SAYS is a critical literacy and spoken word poetry program out of the University of California, Davis. SAYS works within and beyond the walls of schools to support young people as authors of their own lives and agents of change.
A non-profit organization that seeks to transform the disenfranchised sectors of society into peaceful, fully developed, and prosperous communities.
A public institution that strives to ensure that clients receive the excellent, individualized representation that all citizens deserve.
A non-profit organization that train and supervises mentoring programs in the Bay Area and provides direct services to incarcerated and reentry youth.
A non-profit organization that uses the law to ensure that low-income children have the resources, support, and opportunities they need for a fair start in life.
A non-profit public interest law firm that provides free legal services to California state prisoners, and occasionally to California state parolees
The Urban Strategies Council is a community building support and advocacy organization located in Oakland, California. Founded as a non-profit in 1987, the Council works with stakeholders in low-income communities, community-based organizations, and public systems to expand services for children and families, improve health, educational, and other outcomes, and increase employment and economic opportunities
A network of public and nonprofit agencies that promote a prevention-based approach to violence.
A non-profit organization led by youth, family and prisoner-led movements to challenge race, gender and class inequality in Los Angeles County’s and California’s juvenile justice systems.
A non-profit legal firm that works to protect the rights of children in the nation’s foster care and juvenile justice systems, and to secure for them the necessary support and services to become healthy and productive adults.