Sign Now: Join #TimeDone to Remove Obstacles & Build Pathways to Success.

Misguided laws place hurdle after hurdle in front of 70 million people in the U.S. and 8 million Californians living with a past conviction or record. These hurdles limit access to jobs, housing, education and more. When we can’t find work or homes, it undermines the stability of our families and communities and does nothing to make us safer.

For those who have paid their debt to society from a past conviction and just want to rejoin society, #TimeDone offers the chance to join a movement that will remove the barriers to opportunity. The most influential voices are those of people directly impacted. This campaign will advance freedom and success for communities by changing laws and the public understanding of how we are all impacted when we deny family members a pathway to opportunities and redemption.

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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Free Willard "Ali" Birts - Petition

Our friend & All of Us or None Organizer Willard "Ali" Birts is facing serious legal trouble. After dismissing old charges on the grounds of "insufficient evidence," the San Mateo County District Attorney decided to refile. It looks like the case will be going to trial mid-September. Now, after successful reentry in which he has a job, a stable residence, and re-connected relationship with his daughter, Ali faces spending the rest of his life in prison. That's in addition to the time and money already spend in jail, and currently while on an electric monitor (all while "presumed innocent"!).Support Ali by signing the petition, which we'll deliver to the District Attorney and to the judge presiding over the case.


Assembly Constitutional Amendment (ACA) 6 and AB 646, the “Free the Vote Act,” would restore voting rights to every person on parole in California. This will require passing an ACA, as well as an Assembly Bill (AB) to put voting rights on the 2020 ballot. Nearly 50,000 people on parole in California are working, paying taxes, and positively contributing to their communities, yet they are unable to vote at any level of government. This system operates as “taxation without representation,” which is antithetical to the founding of this country.

ACA 6 and AB 646 are sponsored by the Free the Vote Coalition, led by Initiate Justice, ACLU of California, Anti-Recidivism Coalition, All of Us or None, Californians United for a Responsible Budget, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, League of Women Voters of California, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, People Over Profits San Diego, Vote Allies, and White People for Black Lives.

To learn more, read our Community Fact Sheet, and please urge organizations you are a member of to use this Letter of Support template to support this crucial reform.

You can help restore voting rights by signing up to be a Free the Vote CA Volunteer: http://bit.ly/FreeTheVoteVolunteer

Visit the California Legislative Information page for ACA 6 and AB 646 to follow these bills.



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A "How-To" video for calling prison on behalf of a person inside.