Branches

  • Durham

    We are prison abolitionists here in Durham working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Huntsville

    We are prison abolitionists here in Huntsville working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Kansas City

    The Kansas City Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee supports prisoners’ efforts to build their own labor union and organize for their own self-defense against inhumane treatment.

  • Los Angeles

    We are prison abolitionists here in Los Angeles working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Milwaukee

    Milwaukee IWOC supports prisoner resistance in Wisconsin, the state with the greatest racial disparity for Black men in America, and truly atrocious conditions of confinement.
  • New York City

    We are prison abolitionists here in NYC working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Oakland

    We on the outside, here in the Oakland chapter of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, support prisoners organizing collectively on the inside.

  • Olympia

    We are prison abolitionists here in Olympia working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Phoenix

    The Phoenix Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (Phoenix IWOC) is a branch of the national IWOC, which is a committee of the radical labor union, the IWW (Industrial Workers of the World).

  • Portland

    We are prison abolitionists here in Portland working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.

  • Rochester

    Rochester IWOC is a coalition of "free-world" allies of people behind bars working to abolish prisons in the US through prisoner organizing under the IWW.

  • Sacramento

    Here in Sacramento we work closely with other community groups to provide prisoners with needed solidarity and reading material upon request.

  • Twin Cities

    We are prison abolitionists here in the Twin Cities working with incarcerated workers to end prison slavery.