|Focus||Ending War on Drugs, protect prisoners' rights|
|Martha Christman,Tom Murlowski|
The November Coalition is a non-profit grassroots organization, founded in 1997, which fights against the War on Drugs and for the rights of the prisoners incarcerated as the effect of that war. It publishes a bulletin called Razor Wire.
The November Coalition was involved in the advocacy for Tyrone Brown's release. Brown, an African American Texan, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for smoking marijuana. On March 9, 2007, Governor Rick Perry signed a conditional pardon which released Brown under supervision.
- Prisoners' rights
- War on Drugs
- Drug Policy Alliance
- Students for Sensible Drug Policy
- National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws
- Marijuana Policy Project
- Feature: Clamor Grows for Freedom for Texas Marijuana Prisoner Tyrone Brown Drug War Chronicle
- Tyrone Brown is free at last November Coalition
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