EXPO (EX-incarcerated People Organizing) of Wisconsin
EXPO (EX-incarcerated People Organizing) is an organization lead by previously imprisoned women and men working to end mass incarceration, eliminate all forms of structural discrimination against formerly incarcerated people, and restore formerly incarcerated people to full participation in the life of our communities. EXPO members support each other and organize to change Wisconsin’s unjust penal system. They are committed to dismantling all systems that support mass incarceration and excessive supervision. EXPO is dedicated to creating just systems with policies that build healthy families and safe communities. EXPO Radio talks with individuals about the problems and successes of reentry from incarceration. They speak with individuals working on conquering the many obstacles as they return to being productive members of their communities and families. In addition, the FREE Campaign of EXPO is a developed network of directly impacted women and discusses women’s particular incarceration challenges. They have developed strong networks around the state, with powerful chapters in Eau Claire and Milwaukee. To know more about EXPO and their work, please reach out to them using the information provided here.