Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted People and Families Movement (FICPFM) (fiscally sponsored by A New Way of Life)
The Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People & Families Movement (FICPFM) is a network of over 50 civil and human rights organizations that are led by people who are living with criminal records, and their family members.
- American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (ACLU)In partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union, Inc. (ACLU), the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation engages in a broad range of work to protect civil liberties, including litigation and public education efforts.
- American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California (ACLU of NorCal)The ACLU of Northern California is an enduring guardian of justice, fairness, equality, and freedom, working to protect and advance civil rights and civil liberties for all Californians.
- Border Network for Human RightsThe Border Network for Human Rights general purpose is to facilitate the education, the organizing, and the participation of marginalized border communities to defend and promote human and civil rights; to the end that these communities work to create political, economic, and social conditions where every human being is equal in dignity and rights.
- It Takes Roots (fiscally sponsored by Grassroots Global Justice)ITR is a multiracial, multicultural, intergenerational alliance of alliances representing over 200 organizations and affiliates in over 50 states, provinces, territories and Native lands on Turtle Island; and is led by women, gender non-conforming people, people of color, Black and Indigenous Peoples.
- Network on Women in Prison (dba Legal Services for Prisoners with Children)Network on Women in prison (or Legal Services for Prisoners with Children) organizes communities impacted by the criminal justice system and advocates to release incarcerated people, to restore human and civil rights and to reunify families and communities.