The Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People & Families Movement (FICPFM) is a network of over 50 civil and human rights organizing that are led by people who are living with criminal records, and their family members.
We are a national movement of directly impacted people speaking in our own voices about the need to end mass incarceration, America’s current racial and economic caste system.
To that extent, we are committed to transforming society by transforming the criminal justice system.
Working in and with the community, our work not only ensures alternatives to incarceration and criminalization, but we address head on the collateral consequences of living with a conviction by restoring civil rights to those who have had them taken away.
Above all, we are inexorably bound to the idea that a society without prisons not only can exist, but must.
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