A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Buddhist Inmate Sangha : buddhistinmates.net
We are an interfaith group of buddhists providing spiritual support for inmates practicing Buddhism in many traditions behind bars. Come on by and say a prayer for these seekers of the Way. We are always looking for book donations for the prisons. Please consider donating your old books on Eastern Philosophy, soft cover books are best, to some bodhisattva-inmate or prison library. Th
First Nations Commission On Civil Rights
We provide free legal information concerning the Civil Rights of First Nations People. We also will provide many links to other laws pertaining to American Indian People. While the focus of this site is Civil Rights, we do not do legal representation in any area. Our staff consists of professionals and lay people who are concerned with the Civil Rights and Human Rights issues.
Unjust and my Brother, What is it going to take for my
What I really dont understand is how inmates recieve all of there needed medication while in prison but when they get released they have to go without it because they cant afford to pay for it and they are unable to get health insurance from their state and then the court system criticizes and locks them back up. I am actually in the process of dealing with this same kind of situation and my bro
Poetry by prisoners and their families. Maybe this will help somebody.
Lakota Dakota Nakota spiritual Group
Indians in prison keeping spiritual beliefs alive.
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PRUP (Prison Reform Unity Project).