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Organizations of people directly impacted by incarceration, or dedicated to preserving incarceration histories, collaborate with HAL and its University Partners on a national and local level. Issue partners help research and curate stories on incarceration past and present in their community in a variety of media, identify issues of greatest local concern, and organize public events around those issues.

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Issue Partners

New Jersey American Friends Service Committee’s Immigrant Rights Program
State:
New Jersey
Name:
American Friends Service Committee’s Immigrant Rights Program
https://afsc.org/program/immigrant-rights-program-newark-nj
About Us:

At the Immigrant Rights Program (IRP) in Newark, N.J., our goal is to achieve policies that respect the rights and dignity of all immigrants, including a fair and humane national immigration policy.

The Immigrant Rights Program’s successful integration of legal services, advocacy and organizing has made a dramatic difference in the lives of immigrants in New Jersey and beyond by ensuring that immigrant voices are heard in policy debates, by assisting immigrants with challenging immigration cases, and by changing the narrative about immigration issues to influence policy.

We offer legal services to immigrants who are in detention, facing deportation, seeking to reunite with families, or in need of protection.

Our staff organizes in immigrant communities, training emerging leaders and ensuring that those people most affected by immigration policy are advocates for change.

The complicated political reality in Washington has expanded a system of detention and deportation that shatters families. In the face of proliferating myths and anger against immigrants, the Immigrant Rights Program responds through presentations and media work.

Our Work with SOI:

Members of our staff accompanied Rutgers Newark students and faculty participating in States of Incarceration to the Elizabeth Detention Center, a facility that houses immigrant detainees in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Just prior to the visit, Amy Gotlieb, Associate Regional Director for the Northeast Region of AFSC, met with the class to prepare. We facilitated a tour of the center as well as conversations between the students and detainees, centering on what stories those in detention would like the exhibit to tell.

Get Involved:

Chia-Chia Wang, Nicole Miller
89 Market Street, 6th Floor Newark, NJ 07102
973-643-1924
Fax: 973-643-8924
irpnewark@afsc.org

State:
New Jersey
Name:
American Friends Service Committee’s Immigrant Rights Program
https://afsc.org/program/immigrant-rights-program-newark-nj
About Us:

At the Immigrant Rights Program (IRP) in Newark, N.J., our goal is to achieve policies that respect the rights and dignity of all immigrants, including a fair and humane national immigration policy.

The Immigrant Rights Program’s successful integration of legal services, advocacy and organizing has made a dramatic difference in the lives of immigrants in New Jersey and beyond by ensuring that immigrant voices are heard in policy debates, by assisting immigrants with challenging immigration cases, and by changing the narrative about immigration issues to influence policy.

We offer legal services to immigrants who are in detention, facing deportation, seeking to reunite with families, or in need of protection.

Our staff organizes in immigrant communities, training emerging leaders and ensuring that those people most affected by immigration policy are advocates for change.

The complicated political reality in Washington has expanded a system of detention and deportation that shatters families. In the face of proliferating myths and anger against immigrants, the Immigrant Rights Program responds through presentations and media work.

Our Work with SOI:

Members of our staff accompanied Rutgers Newark students and faculty participating in States of Incarceration to the Elizabeth Detention Center, a facility that houses immigrant detainees in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Just prior to the visit, Amy Gotlieb, Associate Regional Director for the Northeast Region of AFSC, met with the class to prepare. We facilitated a tour of the center as well as conversations between the students and detainees, centering on what stories those in detention would like the exhibit to tell.

Get Involved:

Chia-Chia Wang, Nicole Miller
89 Market Street, 6th Floor Newark, NJ 07102
973-643-1924
Fax: 973-643-8924
irpnewark@afsc.org

Texas Casa Marianella
State:
Texas
Name:
About Us:

Casa Marianella provides shelter, food and full supportive services to homeless immigrants. Two clusters of shelters in renovated houses in residential neighborhoods in East Austin serve women and children escaping violence and adult immigrants. Our shelters are home-like facilities designed to meet emergency or transitional needs so vulnerable and injured people can resolve their immediate crisis, get stabilized and once again become independent, which then opens up space for new residents. In 29 years, our population has evolved from survivors of the Salvadoran war to asylum seeking refugees and other immigrants from over 40 countries.

Casa Marianella has the only homeless shelters in Austin dedicated solely to immigrants. 65% of our shelter residents, including children, are asylum seekers, many coming to us from immigration detention.

Our Work with SOI:

To come.

Get Involved:

Our volunteer program is very flexible, permitting you to work the hours and days you select.

Please email (volunteer@casamarianella.org) and let us know what your interests are and when you would like to get started.

Casa Marianella:
821 Gunter Street
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 385-5571 (Office)
(512) 385-5575 (Fax)
Email: info@casamarianella.org

Posada Esperanza:
(512) 928-8862
Posada Esperanza Email: posadaesperanza@yahoo.com

State:
Texas
Name:
About Us:

Casa Marianella provides shelter, food and full supportive services to homeless immigrants. Two clusters of shelters in renovated houses in residential neighborhoods in East Austin serve women and children escaping violence and adult immigrants. Our shelters are home-like facilities designed to meet emergency or transitional needs so vulnerable and injured people can resolve their immediate crisis, get stabilized and once again become independent, which then opens up space for new residents. In 29 years, our population has evolved from survivors of the Salvadoran war to asylum seeking refugees and other immigrants from over 40 countries.

Casa Marianella has the only homeless shelters in Austin dedicated solely to immigrants. 65% of our shelter residents, including children, are asylum seekers, many coming to us from immigration detention.

Our Work with SOI:

To come.

Get Involved:

Our volunteer program is very flexible, permitting you to work the hours and days you select.

Please email (volunteer@casamarianella.org) and let us know what your interests are and when you would like to get started.

Casa Marianella:
821 Gunter Street
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 385-5571 (Office)
(512) 385-5575 (Fax)
Email: info@casamarianella.org

Posada Esperanza:
(512) 928-8862
Posada Esperanza Email: posadaesperanza@yahoo.com

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement
State:
Name:
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement
http://www.endisolation.org/
About Us:

CIVIC is the national visitation network, which is working to end U.S. immigration detention by monitoring human rights abuses, elevating stories, building community-based alternatives, and advocating for system change.

Our Work with SOI:

CIVIC is the national network, which includes SOI local issue partner Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees. Like SOI, CIVIC is dedicated to creating an archive of the present through its storytelling projects so that current and future generations can learn about subaltern histories that are often forgotten.

Get Involved:

Communities and individuals can get involved in many ways. You can join a CIVIC-affiliated volunteer visitation program or start a new one to provide weekly visits to people in U.S. immigration to end their isolation and monitor detention conditions. You also can become a pen pal or a hotline advocate for CIVIC's national hotline that allows people in all 210 detention facilities to call us for free. There are many ways to get involved! Sign up here!

The Pen Pal Program is open to non-U.S. citizens and undocumented individuals. To become a Pen Pal, email CIVIC at CIVICpen-pal@endisolation.org.

State:
Name:
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement
http://www.endisolation.org/
About Us:

CIVIC is the national visitation network, which is working to end U.S. immigration detention by monitoring human rights abuses, elevating stories, building community-based alternatives, and advocating for system change.

Our Work with SOI:

CIVIC is the national network, which includes SOI local issue partner Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees. Like SOI, CIVIC is dedicated to creating an archive of the present through its storytelling projects so that current and future generations can learn about subaltern histories that are often forgotten.

Get Involved:

Communities and individuals can get involved in many ways. You can join a CIVIC-affiliated volunteer visitation program or start a new one to provide weekly visits to people in U.S. immigration to end their isolation and monitor detention conditions. You also can become a pen pal or a hotline advocate for CIVIC's national hotline that allows people in all 210 detention facilities to call us for free. There are many ways to get involved! Sign up here!

The Pen Pal Program is open to non-U.S. citizens and undocumented individuals. To become a Pen Pal, email CIVIC at CIVICpen-pal@endisolation.org.

New York The Fortune Society
State:
New York
Name:
The Fortune Society
http://fortunesociety.org/
About Us:

The Fortune Society’s mission is to support successful reentry from prison and promote alternatives to incarceration, thus strengthening the fabric of our communities. We do this by…Believing in the power of individuals to change…Building lives by service programs shaped by the needs and experience of our clients…And changing minds through education and advocacy to promote the creation of a fair, humane and truly rehabilitative correctional system.

Our Work with SOI:

Fortune Society members collaborated with students from The New School to curate the New York City chapter of States of Incarceration. Fortune Society members shaped the larger themes to address, contributed stories and image captions, and recorded interviews.

Get Involved:

Call us at 212.691.7554 or stop by our office at 29-76 Northern Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11101
Hours: Monday- Thursday: 8am-8pm, Friday: 8am-5pm

State:
New York
Name:
The Fortune Society
http://fortunesociety.org/
About Us:

The Fortune Society’s mission is to support successful reentry from prison and promote alternatives to incarceration, thus strengthening the fabric of our communities. We do this by…Believing in the power of individuals to change…Building lives by service programs shaped by the needs and experience of our clients…And changing minds through education and advocacy to promote the creation of a fair, humane and truly rehabilitative correctional system.

Our Work with SOI:

Fortune Society members collaborated with students from The New School to curate the New York City chapter of States of Incarceration. Fortune Society members shaped the larger themes to address, contributed stories and image captions, and recorded interviews.

Get Involved:

Call us at 212.691.7554 or stop by our office at 29-76 Northern Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11101
Hours: Monday- Thursday: 8am-8pm, Friday: 8am-5pm

Florida Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees
State:
Florida
Name:
Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees
https://www.facebook.com/FriendsofMDDetainees
About Us:

Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees is sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami in partnership with Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC). We are working on starting the first immigration detention visitation program in Florida at the Krome Service Processing Center in Miami.

We have made over 600 visits to talk to the men one-to-one. Volunteers also staff a hotline available free to the men in detention.

Our Work with SOI:

Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees organized regular visits from University of Miami students to people held in the Krome Detention Center. Conversations during these visits informed the Florida chapter of States of Incarceration.

Get Involved:

To register please click here.

To learn more:
Email: friendsofmddetainees@gmail.com and please cc info@endisolation.org

State:
Florida
Name:
Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees
https://www.facebook.com/FriendsofMDDetainees
About Us:

Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees is sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami in partnership with Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC). We are working on starting the first immigration detention visitation program in Florida at the Krome Service Processing Center in Miami.

We have made over 600 visits to talk to the men one-to-one. Volunteers also staff a hotline available free to the men in detention.

Our Work with SOI:

Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees organized regular visits from University of Miami students to people held in the Krome Detention Center. Conversations during these visits informed the Florida chapter of States of Incarceration.

Get Involved:

To register please click here.

To learn more:
Email: friendsofmddetainees@gmail.com and please cc info@endisolation.org

Texas Grassroots Leadership
State:
Texas
Name:
About Us:

At Grassroots Leadership, we believe no one should profit from the imprisonment of human beings. We live in the most incarcerated society in the history of the world. Every day we confront a prison industry that preys on pain because our addiction to locking people up dehumanizes all of us.

Grassroots Leadership fights to end for-profit incarceration and reduce reliance on criminalization and detention through direct action, organizing, research, and public education.

Grassroots Leadership builds bridges between communities to increase the capacity of local leaders and coalitions, mobilize opposition to privatization, and transform the immigration and justice systems.

Our Work with SOI:

Text to come.

Get Involved:

For volunteer opportunities, please fill out our volunteer form.

Mailing address (donations): P.O. Box 36006, Charlotte, NC 28236

Austin office: 2301 East Cesar Chavez St., Austin, TX 78702 / (512) 499-8111

State:
Texas
Name:
About Us:

At Grassroots Leadership, we believe no one should profit from the imprisonment of human beings. We live in the most incarcerated society in the history of the world. Every day we confront a prison industry that preys on pain because our addiction to locking people up dehumanizes all of us.

Grassroots Leadership fights to end for-profit incarceration and reduce reliance on criminalization and detention through direct action, organizing, research, and public education.

Grassroots Leadership builds bridges between communities to increase the capacity of local leaders and coalitions, mobilize opposition to privatization, and transform the immigration and justice systems.

Our Work with SOI:

Text to come.

Get Involved:

For volunteer opportunities, please fill out our volunteer form.

Mailing address (donations): P.O. Box 36006, Charlotte, NC 28236

Austin office: 2301 East Cesar Chavez St., Austin, TX 78702 / (512) 499-8111

Indiana Indiana Medical History Museum
State:
Indiana
Name:
Indiana Medical History Museum
http://www.imhm.org/
About Us:

The Indiana Medical History Museum is located on the grounds of the former Central State Hospital on the near west side of Indianapolis. The heart of the museum is the Old Pathology Building, the oldest surviving pathology facility in the nation. The Building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Inaugurated in 1896, the Pathological Department facilitated medical education and research on the physical causes of mental disease. In operation until the 1960s, the Pathological Department was reborn as a museum in 1969 and its scientifically equipped interior was left intact.

Today, visitors can explore the teaching amphitheater; laboratories for bacteriology, clinical chemistry, histology, and photography; the library, reception room, and records room; as well as the autopsy room and anatomical museum which houses preserved specimens--mostly brains, organized by pathology.

In addition to guided tours of the beautifully preserved Old Pathology Building, the museum offers special events, exhibits, and programs on a range of topics, including the history of science and medicine, mental health care past and present, forensic science, and health careers today.

Our Work with SOI:

The Indiana Medical History Museum staff members took students from IUPUI on a tour of the museum, which is located in an 1895 building that originally was the pathology lab of the Central State Hospital. The staff also reviewed the text for the Indiana section of the exhibit and provided valuable commentary.

Get Involved:

3045 West Vermont Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Phone: (317) 635-7329

State:
Indiana
Name:
Indiana Medical History Museum
http://www.imhm.org/
About Us:

The Indiana Medical History Museum is located on the grounds of the former Central State Hospital on the near west side of Indianapolis. The heart of the museum is the Old Pathology Building, the oldest surviving pathology facility in the nation. The Building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Inaugurated in 1896, the Pathological Department facilitated medical education and research on the physical causes of mental disease. In operation until the 1960s, the Pathological Department was reborn as a museum in 1969 and its scientifically equipped interior was left intact.

Today, visitors can explore the teaching amphitheater; laboratories for bacteriology, clinical chemistry, histology, and photography; the library, reception room, and records room; as well as the autopsy room and anatomical museum which houses preserved specimens--mostly brains, organized by pathology.

In addition to guided tours of the beautifully preserved Old Pathology Building, the museum offers special events, exhibits, and programs on a range of topics, including the history of science and medicine, mental health care past and present, forensic science, and health careers today.

Our Work with SOI:

The Indiana Medical History Museum staff members took students from IUPUI on a tour of the museum, which is located in an 1895 building that originally was the pathology lab of the Central State Hospital. The staff also reviewed the text for the Indiana section of the exhibit and provided valuable commentary.

Get Involved:

3045 West Vermont Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Phone: (317) 635-7329

Illinois Inside/Out Prison Exchange Program
State:
Illinois
Name:
Inside/Out Prison Exchange Program
http://www.insideoutcenter.org/
About Us:

Inside-Out creates a dynamic partnership between institutions of higher learning and correctional systems in order to deepen the conversation about and transform our approaches to understanding crime, justice, freedom, inequality, and other issues of social concern.

Inside-Out brings college students together with incarcerated men and women to study as peers in a seminar behind prison walls. The core of the Inside-Out Program is a semester-long academic course, meeting once a week, through which 15 to 18 “outside” (i.e.: undergraduate) students and the same number of “inside” (i.e.: incarcerated) students attend class together inside prison. All participants read a variety of texts and write several papers; during class sessions, students discuss issues in small and large groups. In the final month of the class, students work together on a class project.

Our Work with SOI:

Students from DePaul University collaborated with students at Statesville Penitentiary to curate the Illinois chapter of States of Incarceration. “Inside” and “Outside” students asked each other “What do you want your legacy to be”, and responded with research, personal reflections, and artwork.

Get Involved:

Suite 331, MB 66-10,
1810 Liacouras Walk,
Temple University,
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: 215-204-5163
Email: insideout@temple.edu

State:
Illinois
Name:
Inside/Out Prison Exchange Program
http://www.insideoutcenter.org/
About Us:

Inside-Out creates a dynamic partnership between institutions of higher learning and correctional systems in order to deepen the conversation about and transform our approaches to understanding crime, justice, freedom, inequality, and other issues of social concern.

Inside-Out brings college students together with incarcerated men and women to study as peers in a seminar behind prison walls. The core of the Inside-Out Program is a semester-long academic course, meeting once a week, through which 15 to 18 “outside” (i.e.: undergraduate) students and the same number of “inside” (i.e.: incarcerated) students attend class together inside prison. All participants read a variety of texts and write several papers; during class sessions, students discuss issues in small and large groups. In the final month of the class, students work together on a class project.

Our Work with SOI:

Students from DePaul University collaborated with students at Statesville Penitentiary to curate the Illinois chapter of States of Incarceration. “Inside” and “Outside” students asked each other “What do you want your legacy to be”, and responded with research, personal reflections, and artwork.

Get Involved:

Suite 331, MB 66-10,
1810 Liacouras Walk,
Temple University,
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: 215-204-5163
Email: insideout@temple.edu

JustLeadershipUSA
State:
About Us:

JustLeadershipUSA is dedicated to cutting the US correctional population in half by 2030, while reducing crime. JLUSA empowers people most affected by incarceration to drive policy reform. Mass incarceration is the most significant domestic threat to the fabric of our democracy. The reason for such high incarceration rates is not serious crimes but misguided policies such as mandatory minimums, three-strikes laws and reductions in the availability of parole and other early release mechanisms. Through targeted advocacy, strengthening leadership and membership support, JustLeadershipUSA believes a decarcerated America is possible.

Our Work with SOI:

JLUSA founder and President Glenn Martin serves as an advisor to HAL SOI and the organization is a key partner at the national level, shaping the exhibition framework and advising on content development. JLUSA also has leaders in many HAL cities and will work with HAL project partners and venues across the country hosting SOI to recruit local audiences profoundly impacted by incarceration.

Get Involved:

Learn more at jlusa.org, and become a member. By becoming a member of JustLeadershipUSA, you will stand up against harmful laws, rebuild the families and communities they have torn apart and make America stronger. In order to achieve our #halfby2030 goal, our members are organizing campaigns and events to raise awareness of the issues surrounding incarceration. Being a member means being an agent for change.

State:
About Us:

JustLeadershipUSA is dedicated to cutting the US correctional population in half by 2030, while reducing crime. JLUSA empowers people most affected by incarceration to drive policy reform. Mass incarceration is the most significant domestic threat to the fabric of our democracy. The reason for such high incarceration rates is not serious crimes but misguided policies such as mandatory minimums, three-strikes laws and reductions in the availability of parole and other early release mechanisms. Through targeted advocacy, strengthening leadership and membership support, JustLeadershipUSA believes a decarcerated America is possible.

Our Work with SOI:

JLUSA founder and President Glenn Martin serves as an advisor to HAL SOI and the organization is a key partner at the national level, shaping the exhibition framework and advising on content development. JLUSA also has leaders in many HAL cities and will work with HAL project partners and venues across the country hosting SOI to recruit local audiences profoundly impacted by incarceration.

Get Involved:

Learn more at jlusa.org, and become a member. By becoming a member of JustLeadershipUSA, you will stand up against harmful laws, rebuild the families and communities they have torn apart and make America stronger. In order to achieve our #halfby2030 goal, our members are organizing campaigns and events to raise awareness of the issues surrounding incarceration. Being a member means being an agent for change.

Indiana National Alliance on Mental Illness
State:
Indiana
Name:
National Alliance on Mental Illness
http://www.namiindiana.org/
About Us:

NAMI Indiana is the state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We are a grassroots public charity helping people living with serious mental illnesses, their families and friends. We support local NAMI Affiliates, train volunteer leaders, provide continuing education for professionals, and partner for systems change at the state level.

NAMI Indiana provides advocacy, support, education, and training programs for people and groups across Indiana.

Through a network of more than 20 local affiliates across the state serving more than 4,000 people, NAMI Indiana facilitates education, support and advocacy programs to improve the quality of life for people living with serious mental illnesses, their families, and their friends. NAMI programs are research based and peer led.

We are also a leading partner for government and nonprofit health, criminal justice, human services, education, and housing agencies. We provide continuing education, training, and policy analysis for those serving persons living with serious mental illnesses and their families.

Our Work with SOI:

Starting in July 2015, staff and volunteers with NAMI worked with IUPUI faculty and students in various ways. Two volunteers spoke to students about their experiences of living with serious mental illness. One of the NAMI Indiana board members is a member of the Community Advisory Board for the New Castle Correctional Facility; he accompanied several students on a visit of the facility. Further, volunteers and staff reviewed the text of the Indiana section of the exhibit and provided important feedback.

Get Involved:

As a grassroots charity, NAMI Indiana relies on volunteers to provide support to families and people living with mental illnesses, as well as decrease stigma. There are many ways to get involved, please click here for a full list.

Phone: 800-677-6442
Email: info@namiindiana.org
PO Box 22697, Indianapolis, IN 46222

State:
Indiana
Name:
National Alliance on Mental Illness
http://www.namiindiana.org/
About Us:

NAMI Indiana is the state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We are a grassroots public charity helping people living with serious mental illnesses, their families and friends. We support local NAMI Affiliates, train volunteer leaders, provide continuing education for professionals, and partner for systems change at the state level.

NAMI Indiana provides advocacy, support, education, and training programs for people and groups across Indiana.

Through a network of more than 20 local affiliates across the state serving more than 4,000 people, NAMI Indiana facilitates education, support and advocacy programs to improve the quality of life for people living with serious mental illnesses, their families, and their friends. NAMI programs are research based and peer led.

We are also a leading partner for government and nonprofit health, criminal justice, human services, education, and housing agencies. We provide continuing education, training, and policy analysis for those serving persons living with serious mental illnesses and their families.

Our Work with SOI:

Starting in July 2015, staff and volunteers with NAMI worked with IUPUI faculty and students in various ways. Two volunteers spoke to students about their experiences of living with serious mental illness. One of the NAMI Indiana board members is a member of the Community Advisory Board for the New Castle Correctional Facility; he accompanied several students on a visit of the facility. Further, volunteers and staff reviewed the text of the Indiana section of the exhibit and provided important feedback.

Get Involved:

As a grassroots charity, NAMI Indiana relies on volunteers to provide support to families and people living with mental illnesses, as well as decrease stigma. There are many ways to get involved, please click here for a full list.

Phone: 800-677-6442
Email: info@namiindiana.org
PO Box 22697, Indianapolis, IN 46222

New Jersey Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
State:
New Jersey
Name:
Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
http://www.seabrookeducation.org/
About Us:

To preserve Seabrook's rich and unique history, the Japanese Americans of Seabrook, the largest ethnic group relocating to the area during World War II, established in 1994 The Seabrook Edducational and Cultural Center.

The Center, the key component of a non-profit foundation, serves as both a museum and a memorial for Seabrook's rich history and community life.

Our Work with SOI:

To come.

Get Involved:

Upper Deerfield Township Municipal Building,
1325 Highway 77

State:
New Jersey
Name:
Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
http://www.seabrookeducation.org/
About Us:

To preserve Seabrook's rich and unique history, the Japanese Americans of Seabrook, the largest ethnic group relocating to the area during World War II, established in 1994 The Seabrook Edducational and Cultural Center.

The Center, the key component of a non-profit foundation, serves as both a museum and a memorial for Seabrook's rich history and community life.

Our Work with SOI:

To come.

Get Involved:

Upper Deerfield Township Municipal Building,
1325 Highway 77

The Sentencing Project
State:
About Us:

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Our Work with SOI:

Sentencing Project leadership and staff provided guidance on the project’s overall framing and its use of data, from the conceptualization of the project through its launch.

Get Involved:

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State:
About Us:

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Our Work with SOI:

Sentencing Project leadership and staff provided guidance on the project’s overall framing and its use of data, from the conceptualization of the project through its launch.

Get Involved:

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