We will be traveling with the exhibit across the state of Pennsylvania — to community spaces, churches, art galleries, universities, and more. We want this conversation and the effort to end Death By Incarceration to continue to expand, and we’re looking for places where the show can be up for a month and can include some educational events/programming alongside. Have an idea for where we should go? Let us know at moc.liamg@yllihpsenilefil.
Looking for other ways to support the project? Consider donating. Any contributions to the project are gratefully accepted.
CADBI is working to bring about an end to life without parole and other harsh sentencing practices in PA. If you are currently incarcerated, get involved by writing to us at CADBI c/o Decarcerate PA, PO Box 40764, Philadelphia PA 19107. If you or your loved ones on the outside are interested in getting involved, CADBI currently meets on the third Wednesday of every month at Project Home from 6:30-8:30 PM. Get in touch at CADBIphilly@gmail.com and by phone at 267-606-0324 to confirm the next meeting time and location.
Decarcerate PA is a grassroots campaign working to end mass incarceration in Pennsylvania. Decarcerate PA demands that PA stop building prisons, reduce the prison population, and reinvest money in our communities. There are many ways to become involved in Decarcerate’s efforts. Visit their website at decarceratepa.info or get in touch at email@example.com and by phone at 267-217-3372. Individuals on the inside can sign up to receive their quarterly newsletter (which includes featured action steps in every issue) by writing to Decarcerate PA, PO Box 40764, Philadelphia PA 19107.
Let’s Get Free is a group in Western Pennsylvania that has come together to fight for the freedom of Avis Lee and Charmaine Pfender. These two cases are representative of many women incarcerated throughout the country. Charmaine and Avis are both sentenced to death by incarceration and the journey for their lib- eration is connected to the broader movement for transformative justice and healing. While Let’s Get Free is currently focused on two cisgender women, they believe prisons are a form of violence against women & trans people and want to work with and support as many people as possible within their capacity. They meet in Pittsburgh on the 2nd Monday of each month. Contact them by phone at 412-932-7786 or by email at LetsGetFreePA@ gmail.com or visit letsgetfree.info