Trans people are more than twenty times more likely than the average U.S. citizen to be incarcerated in their lifetime I spent part of this month celebrating Pride alongside thousands of other Greater Cincinnatians. At the Pride Parade in particular, the joy of celebrating inclusivity, acceptance, and love was palpable. I wish so badly that […]
The Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA) is federal legislation that dictates how a person in prison can pursue lawsuits in court. There are some basic facts that will help you, your friend, or your loved one understand the legal process.
The grievance process is the first avenue people in prison must pursue before they are able to appeal for protection of their rights by a federal court. Learn more about the process here.
History and Accomplishment: These are some of our landmark cases from our past that help to inform our future and enlighten our present work with Human Rights in Prison.