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In The Legislature ›

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Get Involved ›

Support the film with resources, skills or time. Contact the organizations listed below, or volunteer with one of your local prison justice organizations. 

 

Engage Your Community

Start the conversation in your community by screening the trailer and using our discussion guide to help educate and engage your community, school or non-profit organization.  To setup a screening contact Tamara Perkins at tamara@lifeafterlifemovie.com.

 

Resources
ACLU National Prison Project ›

The project fights for legal, constitutional and human rights in prison

All of Us or None ›

All of Us of None is a national organizing initiative of prisoners, former prisoners and felons, to combat the discrimination as the result of felony convictions.

Ban the Box Campaign ›

“Ban the Box” campaign calls for the elimination of the questions about past convictions on initial
public employment applications.

California Habeas Project ›

CHP seeks to free domestic violence survivors in prison who qualify for post-conviction habeas corpus relief under state law.

Cradle To Prison Pipeline Campaign ›

CPPC advocates for preventive supports and services children need

Equal Justice Society ›

EJS is a national legal organization focused on restoring Constitutional safeguards against discrimination.

Legal Services for Prisoners With Children ›

LSPC works to restore rights of incarcerated and formerly-incarcerated people, release people from prison & reunify people, families and communities during and after incarceration.

The Sentencing Project ›

A research and advocacy group fighting for prison reform

USC Post-Conviction Justice Project ›

USC PCJP represents parole-eligible inmates serving indeterminate life sentences for murder in California state prisons.