The Mi Rights Count Project is home to the first Citizen Detective Team to use open source investigations to review wrongful conviction and misconduct cases. We also support prison journalism and provide free resources to system-impacted individuals and families.
The Southeast Prison Advocate strives to battle the myths that surround prisons and replace them with stories that illustrate truth and change. Our goal is to cultivate compassion and forgiveness in our communities for incarcerated men and women who display this change daily.
This organization was founded by wives of incarcerated citizens in the Alabama Department of Corrections.
We are advocates for ALL incarcerated citizens and their loved ones. We know firsthand how hard it is to have someone behind those walls. Therefore, we work diligently to assist in any way possible.
We host protests/rallies to raise awareness and educate the public about the inhumane treatment and poor living conditions, among a host of other things.
Our focus is on ethical decision-making, anger management, victim services, mental health, and substance abuse that are in conjunction with faith-based principles.
We are a faith-based organization whose mission is to offer individuals the opportunity to improve critical life skills within the context of their personal faith
Mentoring, Job placement, Life Coaching, Education, Motivational speakers, Community events and Creating safe spaces. 1MO? is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects along with academic programs such as 1MO Book Bro book club, critical thinking skills and hygiene courses, to help improve the lives of others, and we are very proud of the progress we are making. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.