To capture the energy generated by our model and to integrate with present campus efforts for prison reform, we are launching a nationwide Millennial Prison Reform (MPR) Network to connect and serve young prison reform advocates across the country.
The MPR Database
The first piece of this network is the public database we are currently building together through the MPR wiki, which houses information on campus prison groups, Millennial activists, successful strategies, criminal justice professors, and prison reform organizations open to Millennial engagement. We hope this can eventually serve as an access point to any connection you need to get something started on your campus or in your city.
To join the Millennial Prison Reform Network, navigate to the appropriate sign up form below:
The MPR Email Lists
We are also building communication channels to facilitate connection, conversation, and community among young prison reformers. We have designed these channels to best fit the needs of Millennial Prison Reform Network members. To join an email list, fill out a network sign-up form and we will add you to the appropriate lists.
JOIN THE NETWORK
To become an official member of the Millennial Prison Reform Network – which adds you to the Millennial Prison Reform wiki database and loops you into the appropriate Millennial Prison Reform communication channels above – fill out the membership sign-up form below:
Millennial Prison Reform Network sign-up form
The Millennial Prison Reform Network consists of (1) a database of members (StrongReturns.org/wiki); and (2) a series of email lists for Millennial prison reformers to share and connect. Filling out the information below will help add you to the database and route you to the right email lists.