Bill Wilson Center is committed to working with the community to ensure that every youth has access to the variety of services needed to grow to be healthy and self-sufficient adults. Through the years, Bill Wilson Center has helped youth make positive changes in their lives. With an emphasis on youth development, Bill Wilson Center programs focus on building self-confidence and developing personal assets. With these tools, youth can permanently change the direction of their lives.
Leonard Peltier was convicted of shooting two FBI agents and has been incarcerated for twenty-seven years, despite the clear indications of misconduct, including the falsification of evidence, by various U.S. officials which lead to his conviction.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award-winning Pennsylvania journalist who exposed police violence against minority communities. On death row since 1982, he was wrongfully sentenced for the shooting of a police officer.
The Cuban Five are five Cuban men who are in U.S. prison, serving four life sentences and 75 years collectively, after being wrongly convicted in U.S. federal court in Miami of committing espionage conspiracy against the United States and other related charges.
Prison Radio's mission is to challenge mass incarceration and racism by airing the voices of men and women in prison by bringing their voices into the public dialogue on crime and punishment.
The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) is a non-profit media arts center founded in 1979 to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary Native Americans.
The bookstore sponsors/endorses readings and political forums that include nationally and internationally known writers, human rights activists, and indigenous artists.
The website of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Oregon, an Indian reservation consisting of various tribes and bands from all parts of Western Oregon who were removed from their homes in the mid-1800s and placed on this reservation.
The website of the Muckleshoot Indian tribe. The Muckleshoot Indians, descended from the Coast Salish people of the Pacific Northwest, have a reservation located in Auburn, WA.
The American Indian Movement, founded to turn the attention of Indian people toward a renewal of spirituality, has organized communities and created opportunities for people across the Americas and Canada.
The National Lawyers Guild is dedicated to the need for basic and progressive change in the structure of our political and economic system.
The Pink Paddle was created by Sue Prom to offer a wish or a blessing to anyone, but especially to those who have been affected by breast cancer to participate in the annual Pacific Northwest Canoe Journey.
Prison Activist Resource Center (PARC) is an all volunteer prison activist organization aiming to become the leading source for progressive and radical information on prisons and the criminal prosecution system in the United States.
Critical Resistance is a national, member-based grassroots organization that works to build a mass movement to dismantle what it calls "the prison-industrial complex". Critical Resistance has three offices (Oakland, New Orleans, and New York City), and nine chapters across the United States.
Native American Rights Fund is the oldest and largest non-profit law firm dedicated to asserting and defending the rights of Indian Tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide. NARF assisted the Brotherhood of American Indians at Walla Walla in their quest for religious freedom.
Founded by Tom Bee, Sound of America Records is a Native American owned and operated company specializing in traditional and contemporary Native American music.