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September 12, 2018
Amika Mota Fought Fires as a Prisoner for 53 Cents/Hour. Now Free, She Can’t Work as a Firefighter
Amika Mota, made just 53 cents per hour while on duty as a former prisoner firefighter and now can't even work as one. She is currently the director of prison re-entry at the Young Women’s Freedom Center in San Francisco.
October 11, 2017
These Formerly Incarcerated Women Are Trying to Changing the Prison System
"To achieve real change to the systems that continue to criminalize our communities, we must come together to share our collective knowledge and experiences and radically rethink our approach to systems transformation."

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The Sister Warriors Freedom Coalition is a membership base of incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, and system-involved women, girls, and gender non-forming folks. Together, we work to transform the laws and systems that have caused us harm.  

Formed in 2017 and unified by the Bill of Rights, the Coalition provides members opportunities to come together with networking, education, emotional support, and paid opportunities to take leadership in the movement. 

Have you ever been incarcerated or IDENTIFY AS "SYSTEM-INVOLVED?"
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You believe in the Audre Lorde quote “I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” 

Ally Membership is open to anyone who believes deeply in the work of the Young Women’s Freedom Center, supports the Bill of Rights, and is committed to our mission to de-criminalize and de-carcerate women and girls of color.

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