Stand With CJI Grantees

In the wake of this election, CJI remains committed to supporting the needs and struggles of communities targeted by racist, classist, anti-immigrant, Islamaphobic, sexist, homophobic, and transphobic violence that the earliest days of this president elect's transition has produced and will likely escalate in days to come. CJI grantees have already been building resistance and power in the face of intense surveillance, policing, criminalization, incarceration, and deportations and they won't be stopped now. We must be here to stand with them and uplift them as they wage this battle for humanity, decency and justice. Below is a list of all CJI grantees, all of whom are grassroots community organizations led by people facing criminalization and people of color -- find some you can support if you are looking for a way to take action today!

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

All of Us or NoneRiverside Chapter Los Angeles Chapter

American Indian Prison Project Working Group (AIPPWG)

Barrios Unidos, The Prison Project

Border Action Network

BreakOUT!

California Coalition of Women Prisoners (CCWP)

Chicago Legal Advocacy for Incarcerated Mothers (CLAIM)

Citizens Against Recidivism

Community Success Initiative

DRUM- South Asian Organizing Center (DRUM!)     

Enlace/Prison Divestment Campaign

Ex-Prisoners and Prisoners Organizing for Community Advancement (EPOCA)

Families for Freedom

Families for Justice as Healing  

Freedom Archives

Friends and Families of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children

Homies Unidos

The Justice Committee 

Justice for Families          

Justice Now

The National Jericho Movement

A New Way of Life Re entry Project

New York State Prisoner Justice Network

The Ordinary People Society (TOPS)

Organization for Black Struggle  

Prison Birth Project  

Puente Human Rights Movement

Racial Justice Action Center 

Release Aging People in Prison 

Touch the Cloud

Transgender, Gender Variant, Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP) 

Wings for L.I.F.E. (Life-skills Imparted to Families through Education)  

Witness to Innocence

Woman on the Rise Telling HerStory (WORTH)

Workers Center for Racial Justice  

Voice of the Ex-Offender (VOTE)