The Remedy Project team is a broad coalition of high school and college student leaders, formerly incarcerated advocates, and supporters who leverage each others strengths to address one of the most pressing human rights crises of our time.
Founded in 2020 by David, a returning citizen who mastered the administrative remedy during his ten-year term in federal prison, and Anna, a student organizer at Barnard College, The Remedy Project uses two approaches to fight for justice: remedy advocacy and public advocacy.
Our work is student volunteer-led. We have opportunities for every skill and commitment level - our only requirement is passion for justice. We encourage students, formerly incarcerated advocates, and supporters to sign-up to volunteer at action.theremedyproj.org/volunteer.
Sign-up to take action
Sign-up at action.theremedyproj.org to get notified to take action on behalf of our incarcerated members. Actions may include re-sharing a story, emailing a prison administrator, or calling an elected officials. They only take a few minutes, and can make a huge difference in the lives of incarcerated people