Dream Corps

At Dream Corps, we close prison doors and opens doors of opportunity. We bring people together across racial, social, and partisan lines to create a future with freedom and dignity for all.

This isn’t something we can do on our own. It will take leaders from every walk of life – leaders like you – committed to building an America that is better than before. Are you in?

Help Our People Vote

The people closest to the pain should have the biggest voice in the solutions. People who survived this broken criminal justice system should have a say in designing a better one. Black, brown, and low-income communities should be coding apps and algorithms, not just downloading them.

One of the most impactful ways you can help is by making sure as many people are registered (and ready!) to vote as possible. Share this with your friends, family, and followers today and throughout the election season.

Transform Policing in America

This is our moment to strike against the dark legacy of racism, unite, and forge a path forward. 

Our criminal justice system inflicts violence on Black and Brown communities while failing to reduce crime. We are working on bipartisan legislation to demilitarize and reform policing, while amplifying the voices of Black and Brown communities who tell us that policing reform is just the start.

Join us today and we will call on you to dream big and make real change with us.

COVID Relief for People in Prison

Prisons across America have been hit hardest by COVID – resulting in a need for support from the federal government. In this image, prison medical staff are joined by members of the Joint Task Force Red Med, on site to provide support during COVID. Unfortunately, not most prisons are not getting the support they need during the COVID pandemic.

The latest intel from Congress is that leadership in both parties simply are not prioritizing people currently or formerly incarcerated as they plan the next COVID-19 response bill. That’s unacceptable, and we need to do all we can to change it.

We need to push for a recovery bill that delivers real help to our communities – from urgent help for currently and formerly incarcerated people to safe and reliable public transit, to broadband for all.

Negotiations are ongoing, so we urgently need to raise our voices.