Jericho Chapters

National Jericho Movement: P.O. Box 2164, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Kansas City MO Jericho Movement: • 913-608-9292

New York City Jericho Movement: P.O. Box 670927, Bronx, NY 10467 • 718-325-4407

Oakland CA Jericho Movement: • 510-652-7170

Oregon Jericho Movement: P.O. Box 17420, Portland, OR 97217 • 503-750-0523

Richmond VA Jericho Movement:


Other Comrades Doing Political Prisoner Work

4strugglemag: Views, Thoughts and Analysis from the Hearts and Minds of North American Political Prisoners and Friends. All issues available online: email: jaanlaaman [at]

European Support Group for Kenny Zulu Whitmore:

Water Protector Legal Collective: On-the-ground legal support for the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance at Standing Rock ND.

Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar:

No Separate Justice: Mission of the campaign is to place these abuses taking place in prisons and courtrooms across the United States, firmly on the agendas of human and civil right organizations, the media, and the U.S. public through education and activism that draws directly upon the experiences and voices of those most directly affected.

Prison Activist Resource Center: P.O. Box 70447, Oakland, CA 94612
510-893-4648; info [at] prisonactivist [dot] org;

International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal:

Breaking the Chains:

Gerald and Maas Night's Lantern:

Critical Resistance:

The Move Organization:


The Anarchist Black Cross Federation:;;

North American Earth Liberation Prisoners Support Network

The Palestine Right to Return Movement Al-Awda:

Comrades Doing Prison and Post-Release Work

Books Through Bars mails books to prisoners across the country. For more info, go to:

RAPP Campaign: Release Aging People in Prison/RAPP works to end mass incarceration and promote racial justice through the release from prison of older and aging people and those serving long and life sentences.

Parole Preparation Project: Provides critical advocacy and direct support to currently and formerly incarcerated people serving life sentences, and seeks to transform the parole release process in New York State. is an online resource of news, opinion and information. Over 200,000 people each month use our services and read our pages.

College for Ex-Offenders: A Guide to Continuing Education After Prison

Moving to a new state or beginning a new job, starting your life over is exciting but nerve-wracking, especially difficult if you’re re-entering society after being incarcerated for any time. To help the transition, FinanceJar created this guide on how to find a job, temporary housing, continuing education, and credit repair and counseling after being released from prison.

Fiscal Tiger's How to Repair Your Credit After Getting Released From Prison guide is a three part guide meant to help individuals understand how their incarceration might have indirectly damaged their credit score, as well as how to begin to improve their credit score. Found here:

PrimeWeld's Guide to Trade Careers for Formerly Incarcerated People provides key facts to know about how to rejoin the job market and earn a living through skilled labor. Found here:

NYC Jericho Movement, P.O. Box 670927, Bronx, NY 10467