Share Shares In the United States, men are sexually assaulted just as often as women. That might sound unbelievable, but the numbers are almost identical. Between and1.
Help and support organizations for inmates, and the families of incarcerated prisoners serving time in the US federal and state prison system.
Assistance for both the incarcerated, and post-incarcerated men and women. The resources listed here are not all-inclusive, and are not affiliated with Prison Inmate Penpal. If you know of a resource which may be helpful please submit it here. We take no responsibility for, and exercises no control over, the organizations, views, accuracy, copyright or trademark compliance or legality of the material contained on the following websites.
After serving time in torturous conditions, we were met at the gate with prejudice and discrimination that made our re-entry into society difficult and in some cases impossible. Many of us recognize that our prison sentence never ends as long as the discrimination against us continues.
Sincethe Project has fought unconstitutional conditions of confinement through public education, advocacy, and successful litigation on behalf of more thanmen, women and children. Our mission is to protect human rights worldwide. Our goals are the production of high quality documentation on and the development of model services for children of criminal offenders and their families for the purpose of education, family reunification, providing therapy and information.
We work hard to provide our members with the information and tools necessary to help them understand the criminal justice system and to advocate for changes. We believe that prisons should be used only for those who absolutely must be incarcerated and that those who are incarcerated should have all of the resources they need to turn their lives around.
We also believe that human rights documents provide a sound basis for ensuring that criminal justice systems meet these goals. We do this through publishing, sponsoring conferences, liaisons with other agencies, and by providing consultations to organizations and agencies around the US and Canada.
Whether you have questions about child abuse, alcoholism, disciplining children, divorce, or other topics related to families, we can help. If for some reason we are unable to help, we will direct you to someone who can. Learn what you can do today to help reform unfair mandatory minimum sentences.
We stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice.
We investigate and expose human rights violations and hold abusers accountable.
We challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international human rights law.
We enlist the public and the international community to support the cause of human rights for all. Assistance is rendered throughout the United States, Canada, Israel and elsewhere around the globe. Through our religious and educational outreach programs, we supply books of Judaic interest, Jewish calendars, siddurim, Stars of David, tefillin and Torahs to our incarcerated brethren.
In many cases, this is the only way that prison authorities will allow such materials into their facilities. Founded inthe Society provides a full range of civil legal services as well as criminal defense work, and juvenile rights representation in Family Court. Our core service is to provide free legal assistance to New Yorkers who live at or below the poverty level and cannot afford to hire a lawyer when confronted with a legal problem.
Our focus is on women prisoners and their families, and we emphasize that issues of race are central to any discussion of incarceration. Through advocacy and litigation, LDF focuses on issues of education, voter protection, economic justice and criminal justice.
We encourage students to embark on careers in the public interest through scholarship and internship programs. LDF pursues racial justice to move our nation toward a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans.
Georgia which permitted executions to resume in the United States. NCADP serves its network of over state and national affiliates.
NCADP provides them with technical assistance, training and strategic advice and assists in devising public policy campaigns to end, limit or repeal the death penalty, state by state. For advocates committed to ending the death penalty NCADP serves as a clearinghouse with contacts and information.
Through cooperative agreements, we award funds to support our program initiatives.On college campuses, obsession with eliminating “rape culture” has led to censorship and hysteria. At Boston University, student activists launched a petition demanding the cancellation of a.
PREA: What Is It? In September of , the Prison Rape Elimination Act was signed into law and became the fir. The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) was passed in with unanimous support from both parties in Congress. The purpose of the act was to “provide for the analysis of the incidence and effects of prison rape in Federal, State, and local institutions and to provide information, resources, recommendations and funding to protect individuals from prison rape.” (Prison Rape Elimination Act.
Rape lies exist! No matter how unpopular this subject remains, the fact is some women do falsely accuse men.
There are a multitude of reasons why, some of which are explored inside using personal conjecture and credible research. The Prison Rape Elimination Act of is a federal law that prohibits sexual misconduct in correctional settings such as prisons, jails, lockups, juvenile facilities, and Immigration Services/ICE detention facilities.
Sexual misconduct under this law includes. Jul 06, · Lestina Marie Smith violently raped a man at knifepoint and filmed herself doing it. It was as clear-cut and brutal as a rape case could possibly be—and in the end, the courts didn’t even send her to prison..
Smith’s victim was an ex-boyfriend of sorts.