The Incarcerated Nation Corp.

Working Together INCorporated For Human Rights

INC is A Collective of Post Incarceration National Council-Members Who Create & Manage State Wide Projects That Provide Service To Those Incarcerated, Previously Incarcerated & Their Families. INC National Council Members Teach In Universities Nationally, Work As Consultants for Media Around Criminal Justice & Serve As Aids In The Construction of Legislation, Community Programs & Educational Outreach Events Nationally . Those Previously Incarcerated Are Disenfranchised & Marginalized In Society More Then Any Population By Working Together; Incorporated #WEmakeCHANGE. . . . INC Projects Provide Those Incarcerated & the community With Legal Assistance, Support , Food , Clothes & Shelter, Their Families With Transportation , Education Around Their Family Members Conditions of Confinement, Legal & Logistical Support to Keep The Family Together During Our Members Incarceration Period & Through Their Reintegration. Our Students Teach Inside of Correctional Facilities Nationally and Are Educated on The Conditions of Confinement & The Collateral Consequences of Those They Assist

  • Amount in Millions of People of Denied Employment Due To Felony Conviction Alone

    People of Color Make up The Majority of Those Incarcerated Nationally


    inside of isolation the most marginalized population are the majority in punishment

  • amount of people who leave prison and return back

    more then half of those who leave prison return because of a failing system of incarceration

  • the amount of kids with Mental illness Incarcerated



Creating Viable Community Based Solutions To Incarceration That Support Those Directly Impacted By Mass Incarceration. Incarcerated Nation National Council Members Work Collectively To Support Main Projects That Provide For Those Directly Impacted Now
The Victory Bus Project

The Victory Bus Project Provides Fresh Food And Transportation For INC Family Members, & Those Directly Impacted By Incarceration {Book Your Next Trip Now}


The Student Alliance for Prison Reform Is A Network of Students and Student Organizations From Universities Across The Country With The Mission of Supporting Initiatives To Bring About Change In The US Criminal Justice System.

Absolutely Innocent

Absolutely Innocent, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 Nonprofit Organization Serving Wrongfully Convicted Persons In New York and Their Families. Founded and Run By Individuals Who Were Themselves Victimized by Wrongful Convictions, Absolutely Innocent Offers Hope and Practical Assistance to Wrongfully Convicted Prisoners Seeking Exoneration, and To Their Families Offers community, a platform for mutual support, and education.

The Center For Returning Citizens

The Center for Returning Citizens (TCRC) assists returning citizens in the transition from incarceration to society by providing job training, housing assistance, counseling services, legal aid, and referrals. TCRC helps individuals, families and communities with the adverse impacts of incarceration.


For 23 hours a day for months, years, even decades, some 80,000-100,000 adults and youth are held in solitary confinement in U.S. prisons, jails and detention centers. On the 23rd of every month, people across the U.S. are joining in actions to call for an end to the torture of solitary, at the recommendation of people incarcerated in Pelican Bay prison who led the momentous hunger strikes in California prisons. We invite you to join the Together to End Solitary campaign.


The goal of the Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement (CAIC) is sweeping reform of New York’s use of solitary confinement and other forms of extreme isolation in state prisons and local jails. Isolated confinement involves confining people in a cell for 22 to 24 hours a day without meaningful human contact, programming, or therapy. This practice is ineffective, counterproductive, unsafe, and inhumane, and it causes people detained in these conditions to deteriorate psychologically, physically, and socially. Despite these facts, New York utilizes isolated confinement at rates well above the national average.


JAC is a coalition of activists that includes formerly incarcerated and currently incarcerated people, family members and other community members who are working to promote human rights, dignity and safety for people in New York City jails. Our goals include: 1.) Increasing transparency in DOC policies in NYC jails & accountability for DOC practices and abuses. 2.) Ending the use of solitary confinement (SHU, the Box, the Bing, punitive segregation) in NYC jails and opposing the DOC’s planned increase in solitary confinement cells. 3.) Addressing the physical and mental health needs of people in NYC jails and ensuring access to continuing care in the community upon release. 4.) Advocating for more rehabilitative services in NYC jails to promote reintegration. 5.) Fighting against the racist and discriminatory policies leading to mass incarceration. ANYONE CAN JOIN: WE WELCOME ALL.


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