FURTHERING A SYSTEM-IMPACTED MOVEMENT

TO ABOLISH INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE, IN CALIFORNIA AND NATIONWIDE


Abolish Bondage Collectively (ABC) is a grassroots campaign working to eradicate structural racism and erase vestiges of slavery.

The Movement

Abolish Bondage Collectively is a campaign organized and led by Legal Services for Prisoners with Children and our grassroots organizing project All of Us or None.

LSPC is a civil rights legal service 501(c)3 non-profit based in Oakland, California. Majority led and staffed by formerly incarcerated / system impacted experts on the judicial legal system, LSPC fights for the full restoration of our civil and human rights.

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At any moment, over one million incarcerated people are forced to perform some type of difficult, dangerous or low-paying labor in United States prisons. In California, we earn as little as 8 cents per hour while contributing to more than $2 billion worth of prison industrial output for governments and private entities nationwide.

Here are some of our stories.

 

Timeline of Involuntary Servitude

 

How to participate.

ABC is led and supported by currently and formerly incarcerated people, their families and allies. Find out how you can help in the fight to abolish involuntary servitude.