The Center for Justice at UCLA works to end mass incarceration, injustice and inequities on the basis of race, gender, class, sexual orientation and disability. Guided by those who experience incarceration and are justice system-impacted, we work to dismantle the prison industrial complex by expanding higher education and movement building on university campuses, facilitating creative spaces, and using transformative practices — linking the campus, the community and carceral facilities.

Services Provided

Classes and workshops with incarcerated students.

Who We Serve

Incarcerated women in Southern California.

Mission and Goals

Our mission is to make post-secondary education accessible to women and young people who are currently incarcerated, and to bring UCLA faculty and students to learn alongside them, thereby challenging bias, discrimination, and injustice in a shared and collaborative learning experience.

Campus Affiliation

College of Letters and Science
120 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095