Dismantling Mass Incarceration

An actionable guide to dismantling the systemic issue
of mass incarceration in the United States

The United States imprisons more people than any other country. In 1970, the prison population in the U.S. consisted of 357,292 people incarcerated. By 2014, the prison population in the U.S. consisted of 2,306,200 people incarcerated—a population increase of 545%, according to The Sentencing Project. Our resource guide will help you take action on this systemic issue of mass incarceration with solutions that drive positive social change.

This actionable resource guide on mass incarceration will cover:

  • The myths and facts about mass incarceration
  • A three-part solution that’s based in local, organized action
  • How to advocate for awareness of this issue (with resources)
  • How to support local legislation for criminal justice reform step-by-step
  • How to organize locally for action (with a list of organizations)
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