Native American

  • Heart of the Earth Survival School Prison Program - National Indian Prisoner Support Network

  • Mettanokit Outreach - Mettanokit is a non-profit learning center and service organization working for a more human society based on the old values of cooperation and equality and the closeness and caring found in our elder tribal societies. Part of their program is offering Native circles in prisons, with 10 of these circles currently in New England prisons. Description of these may be found in the book Ending Violent Crime. Descriptions of the Native American traditions that provide an understanding for much of this work may be found in the book Return to Creation. Write for further information and list of books for sale.

  • National Native American Prisoners Rights/Advocacy Coalition - National Native American Prisoners Rights/Advocacy Coalition

  • Navajo Nation Corrections Project - A pioneer in the realm of prisoner advocacy, the Navajo Nation Corrections Project not only promotes Native inmates' dignity and recovery through access to culturally appropriate religious rites, but also wages a passionate defense of a basic human and civil right already guaranteed to non-Native inmates' free practice of their religions.

  • South Dakota Prisoner Support Group - Following a rash of deaths in South Dakota prisons, the PSG was formed to support people on the inside, ex-prsioners, family, and friends, and to draw attention to racist injustice, medical neglect, and illegal conditions inside SD prisons and jails. Some member speak the Sioux language.

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