Contact the Prison Moratorium Project Today

The Prison Moratorium Project or the needs your help. We really do. Not only do we need your help on a technical basis, but we also need your help on a content and financial basis as well.

First, let’s get the technical stuff out of the way. Just like with any other website that you would find on the Internet, the Prison Moratorium Project is a work in progress. While we have taken a tremendous amount of time making sure that the links work and all pages can be found, please rest assured that we have done our quality control work.

With this said, we are also very realistic. We also know that a site as big and as complex as this with its ever-evolving collection of content is sure to miss a few pages here and there. There are sure to be some links that may not work as advertise.

When you do happen to stumble upon such pages or such links, do reach out to us. We would like to hear from you so we can run a tight ship.


    This doesn’t necessarily mean that we are going to get on the case immediately because we do run a national advocacy. We do communicate with a lot of people who are interested from all corners of the United States in prison reform.

    Nevertheless, you can bet that eventually we will implement whatever changes you like us to implement on our site when it involves technical issues. We hate dead links just as you do.


    If you know of any local organization or local movement or event involving reform of the prison system, do reach out to us. We’d love to hear from you because we’d love to spread the word about what people are doing from your corner of the woods about this tremendous and momentous national problem we all face.

    Prisons are no joke. They are the number one factories of future criminals. People are already down on their luck. People are already dismissed and discouraged by society. The last thing that they want to see happen to them is for their crimes to get worse.

    Unfortunately, this is precisely what our modern prison system is doing. It’s creating bigger criminals out of petty criminals. That’s what they are for, and the worst part to all of this is there is a tremendous amount of money to be made by the prison complex industry from this situation. Prison guards are represented by unions that stand to gain a lot of money as more prisons are built. Private companies that build prisons earn billions of dollars every single year.

    Somebody has to be thrown into these prisons; otherwise, those budgets won’t make any sense. Somebody has to be thrown into this system; otherwise, all those budgetary appropriations every single year will go up in smoke. There is a built-in corrupt perverse incentive system to throw as many people into the jail system as possible.


    We need your help in stopping this. To stop this, we need resources. So, if you come across any events or any literature that can help change the direction of the public discourse as far as the correctional system is concerned, we’re all ears. Please send that information because we’d gladly publish it. We’d gladly promote because we need to change minds ASAP.

    Finally, if you have a few extra dollars in your pocket, please donate. While we have several attorneys on our staff and we have many different administrators donating their time, we can only go so far. There are still all sorts of expenses that need to be paid. At the very least, we need to keep the lights on, we need to pay the rent, and you know the whole nine yards.

    There’s no need for me to list for you the organizational requirements of a typical nonprofit.

    These requirements cost money unfortunately. I’m not going to insult your intelligence by listing them down here. You already have a clear understanding of what these are. I reach out to you to let you know that if you share in our advocacy, please send a few bucks our way through the PayPal donation link found on this website.

    Send whatever you can send. It doesn’t have to be a lot. Every dollar that we get goes straight to our advocacy because the prison system, as it currently exists, needs to go ASAP.