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PARCPalo Alto Research Center (Xerox)
PARCPartners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
PARCParking Access and Revenue Control
PARCper Antenna Rate Control
PARCPalo Alto Research Center
PARCPurchased and Rented Computers
PARCPixel Aspect Ratio Correction
PARCPakistan Agricultural Research Council
PARCPrison Activist Resource Center (Berkeley, CA)
PARCPalestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (Palestine)
PARCPolice Assessment Resource Center
PARCPrincipal Assistant Responsible for Contracting
PARCPinellas Association for Retarded Children
PARCParks and Recreation Commission
PARCProgram on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts (Syracuse University)
PARCPacific Alaska Range Complex
PARCPublic Access Resource Center
PARCPalomar Amateur Radio Club
PARCPlattsburgh Airbase Redevelopment Corporation
PARCPopulation Aging Research Center (Pennsylvania)
PARCPesticide Analytical and Response Center (Oregon Department of Human Services)
PARCPennsylvania Association for Retarded Citizens
PARCParkdale Activity and Recreation Centre
PARCPerformance-based Operations Aviation Rulemaking Committee (Federal Aviation Adiministration)
PARCPortland Amateur Radio Club
PARCPer-Antenna Rate Control
PARCPeripheral Atherosclerosis Research Consortium
PARCPortland Area Radio Council (Oregon)
PARCPublic Administration Research and Consultation Center
PARCPremium Asset Recovery Corporation (Deerfield Beach, FL)
PARCPeople Against the River Crossing (UK)
PARCPan American Racquetball Confederation
PARCPililaau Army Recreation Center
PARCPlanning and Review Committee
PARCPolycyclic Aromatic Ring Cleavage
PARCPacific AIDS Research Center (Vancouver, BC Canada)
PARCPonthieu Auto Retro Club (French automobile club)
PARCProtected Area for Resource Conservation (Vietnam)
PARCPrincipal Advisor Responsible Contractor
PARCProgressive Aircraft Reconditioning Cycle
PARCPhysical Activity and Recreation Center (Nortel; Canada)
PARCPlans And Requirements Committee
PARCPacific Asia Resources Centre
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According to the Prison Activist Resource Center article, "Women in Prison," California has the uncertain distinction of having the most women prisoners in the nation, as well as the world's largest women's prison.
Organizations that work with prisoners and give presentations to community groups include the ACLU Prison Project (www.aclu.org), Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (www.curenational.org) and the Prison Activist Resource Center (www.prisonaetivist.org).
Grimm, Sarah Hoagland, Institute of Lesbian Studies, Elizabeth Harmuth, Prison Activist Resource Center, Katayoun Issari, Family Peace Center (Hawaii), Desa Jacobsson, Anti-Violence Activist (Alaska), Joy James, Brown University, Leialoha Jenkins, Jamie Jimenez, Northwestern Sexual Assault Education Prevention Program, Dorothea Kaapana, Isabel Kang, Dorean American Coalition for Ending Domestic Abuse, Valli Kanuha, Asian Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, Mimi Kim, Asian Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, Erl Kimmich, Paul Kivel, Violence Prevention Educator, M.
She has worked with various abolitionist organizations such as Critical Resistance and the Prison Activist Resource Center and most recently has been involved with a day labor organizing project in Oakland.
A former research intern for the California-based Prison Activist Resource Center (PARC), she currently works in the New York area.
(5.) The Prison Activist Resource Center (PARC) maintains a heavily visited website with a wide range of material on all aspects of the prison-industrial complex and opposition to it.
Prison Activist Resource Center 1982--"prisonact-list." E-mail distribution list.
It is significant to note that the Prison Activist Resource Center's Web site is getting 10,000 hits a day.
I'd like to see us do a "How to Start Your Own Prison Group" pamphlet, possibly in conjunction with other Bay Area prison groups such as the Prison Activist Resource Center, the California Coalition for Women Prisoners, or California Prison Focus.