What if the resources devoted to mass incarceration — especially among BIPOC communities and relating to minor infractions — were invested in communities? These organizations support the effort to reduce the incarcerated population, redress racial, economic, and health disparities among the incarcerated, and reallocate resources to maximize safety and well-being.

Three black women wearing 1 Million Madly Motivated Moms shirts hold their right fists in the air.

1 Million Madly Motivated Moms


1 Million Madly Motivated Moms (1M4) is a collective of Black women working to end police brutality by increasing…

A door mat for After Incarceration that says 'Come As You Are'

After Incarceration


After Incarceration is a diverse community of people impacted by systems of oppression. Many have been incarcerated,…

Five smiling and laughing BIPOC women stand in front of a microphone and music stand at New Moon Collaborations

New Moon Collaborations


New Moon Collaborations is a home for innovation that centers the spirit, strength, vision, and creativity of Black and…

reSet Project


The reset project cultivates imagination and builds power toward inclusive and participatory governance that centers…

The President’s Youth Council


The President’s Youth Council (PYC) is a body of youth ambassadors from across California that serves in partnership…

Urban Peace Movement


Urban Peace Movement (UPM) transforms both the culture and conditions that lead to urban violence, focusing on building…

Wakanda Dream Lab


Wakanda Dream Lab is a collective fan-driven project that bridges the worlds of Black fandom and #Blacktivism for Black…