All of Us or None is a grassroots civil and human rights organization fighting for the rights of formerly - and currently - incarcerated people and their families. We aim to fight against the discrimination that people face everyday because of an arrest or criminal history. The goal of All of Us or None is to strengthen the voices of people most affected by mass incarceration and the growth of the prison-industrial complex. Through grassroots organizing, we are building a powerful political movement to win the full restoration of human and civil rights previously taken.
We believe in public safety, and that it is only achieved when everyone has voice, our communities thrive, and society is just.
We believe in the equality of all , regardless of race, sex, gender, sexual identity, national origin, religion, physical or mental ability, and age.
We believe in and fight for the leadership of people most impacted by the prison industry.
Our parent organization, LSPC, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, organizes communities impacted by the criminal justice system and advocates to release incarcerated people, to restore human and civil rights, and to reunify families and communities. We build public awareness of the structural racism in policing, the courts, and in the prison system - advance racial and gender justice in all our work.
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children (LSPC) is one of the first organizations in the country that was formed to support people in prison, specifically women, at a time when their struggles were nearly invisible.
Over the last 40 years we have grown from a small law office to a national organization with a unique approach that engages in law, policy, communications, and community organizing to advance our work. We have expanded our focus from women in prison to include all incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people and their families.
Our work has served as an example to many trailblazing organizations like Critical Resistance, Justice Now, California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Prison Activist Resource Center and more. We have litigated dozens of cases resulting in trendsetting legal standards including expanding alternatives to incarceration, ending long term solitary confinement in California, and the protection of pregnant incarcerated women.
Not only has our legal work protected the human rights and health of millions of currently and formerly incarcerated people, we’ve trained hundreds of attorneys and legal workers along the way!