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Prison gerrymandering gives extra political power to legislators who have prisons in their districts. We put numbers on the problem and sparked a movement to protect our democratic process from the overgrown prison system.

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—Peter Wagner, Executive DirectorDonate

Telephone workshops on avoiding prison-based gerrymandering

We do weekly Q&A workshops on prison-based gerrymandering via conference call, tailored to the particular issues facing callers’ state or locality. Peter Wagner will address the how to identify prison-based gerrymandering in proposed plans with a particular emphasis on using and interpreting the data.

Next call:

  • 10am (Eastern), Tues, April 26
  • 2pm (Eastern), Weds May 4

Call details:
Call in Number: (218) 844-0850
Access Code: 452919#

Please use *6 to mute or unmute yourself during the call, and *3 to end the call. No reservations are necessary, and if the number of callers we can support is exceeded, we'll schedule more conference call briefings.

Shortly before the calls, we'll add graphics, links and other materials relevant to the call to this page. So check back here soon....

We hope to see (or hear) you there!

Conference call resources

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