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Milk Not Jails is fighting to end mass incarceration and is fighting for a more livable world. In that world, urban and rural New Yorkers work together to build a sustainable economy where once imprisoned people are employed and once struggling farms flourish. That is why we are part of the Peoples Climate March. Mass […]


Last year, Governor Cuomo played the progressive community—promising to end stop-and-frisk policing and to increase women’s empowerment—and betraying all of us in the end. This year, we’re not going to let the Governor get away with just paying lip service to our demands. Join us now, and throughout 2014, for a series of actions to […]


Last week a federal lawsuit against stop-and-frisk took major steps forward, and a decision by Judge Shira Scheindlin about whether the suit can proceed as a class action is soon expected. The suit, originally filed in 2008, accuses the NYPD, Ray Kelly, Mayor Bloomberg, the city, and several individual officers of using the practice of […]


Milk Not Jails is now open for business!  Two dairy farms have officially signed on to support the Milk Not Jails Political Platform, and it is now our job to show them how much New York’s consumers care about criminal justice reform!  We need you and your organization’s support now! We are currently selling Milk Not Jails […]


To say thank you to all to donors who helped us raise $22,500 last year, Milk Not Jails has sent out hundreds of hand-painted cards, patches, zines, produce baskets, and canvas bags.  A fundraising campaign through Kickstarter.com brought in moral and financial support from over 350 people and organizations.  Donors at different levels received different gifts. […]


We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who would like to develop their grassroots campaign building skills with MILK NOT JAILS this fall! The deadline to apply is August 25th, 2010. Please read the description below and apply today!