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If that gives you trouble, or you want to contact us for some other reason, drop a line to:

If you would like to get involved in organizing, please contact people in your state or region:
Alabama- Free Alabama Movement, Mothers and Families 
Arizona – Phx IWOC: Eugene at
California – Oakland IWOC: Cole, and Doug
Colorado – Phx IWOC: Eugene at
Connecticut- NY IWOC:
Delaware- NY IWOC:
Georgia – Atlanta ABC: Earthworm at
Indiana- IWOC:
Maine- NY IWOC:
Massachusetts- NY IWOC:
Minnesota- Twin Cities IWOC: 651-315-4222,
Nevada – Phx IWOC: Eugene at
New Hampshire- NY IWOC:
New Jersey- NY IWOC:
New Mexico – Phx IWOC: Eugene at
New York- NY IWOC:
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio – Free Ohio Movement
Oregon- Portland Anarchist Black Cross:
Pennsylvania- NY IWOC:
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Utah – Phx IWOC: Eugene at
Vermont- NY IWOC:
Washington- Olympia IWOC:
West Virginia
Wisconsin – Mke IWOC: Ben at

Or send us paper mail at:
PO BOX 12769
Milwaukee, WI 53212

Mission is a broad-based non-sectarian clearing house of information and resources for outside support. SPR is a source of information only. We believe that the US prison system depends on great institutional violence, slavery and torture, but we do not advocate, encourage or intend to incite any action against this system, legal or illegal, violent or non-violent.

This website is only a clearing house of information and communication from prisoners who are engaged in various forms of resistance against the systems and facilities that confine them. We provide this information because we believe the general public, including the incarcerated, has a right and an obligation to know what is going on inside the US prisons.

We also provide information about acts of solidarity and support taken by or called for on the outside. Again, this is for information and educational purposes only. No one involved in SPR is responsible for choices made by our readers or the views expressed in any material we repost or publish.

The last few years has seen a steady increase in prisoner protests, from work strikes in Texas, Georgia, Alabama, and North Carolina, to hunger strikes at supermax prisons in Ohio, California and Illinois, to many other forms of protest and resistance all across the country. Prisoners from many of these placed have come together to call for a nationally coordinated work stoppage and protest. Everyday in many ways prisoners attempt to stand up for themselves and assert their rights all across this country, often facing severe and violent retaliation.

Committed support and engagement from people on the outside can make all the difference in these struggles, but it often feels like a daunting task. As the struggles for prisoner rights and against mass incarceration continue, we hope to collect the knowledge of both experienced activists and inspired new comers to increase the capacity of supporters who may sustain a movement against prison.