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California leaders call on Gov. Brown to grant demands of prisoners in solitary confinement

November 14, 2012

Arbitrary and indefinite solitary confinement is an absolute assault on humankind and a barbarity the likes of which cannot be tolerated. We hold the utmost respect for those prisoners who from the depths of Solitary Confinement throughout California risked their lives to be heard. We heard them and now we ask that you do the same.

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Three Strikes: Today’s civil rights challenge

October 4, 2012

Three Strikes has disproportionately targeted the poor and people of color. More than 70 percent of the Three Strikes prisoners serving life sentences are either African American or Latino; making Three Strikes one of the leading civil rights issues of today. We need your help. On Nov. 6, California residents will have another opportunity to amend Three Strikes. Vote Yes on Prop. 36.

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The Three Strikes Reform Act of 2012 has qualified for the November ballot

June 13, 2012

The Three Strikes Reform Act of 2012, written and prepared by a coalition based at Stanford University, has qualified for inclusion on the November 2012 ballot. Although many would like a more encompassing initiative, we at FACTS are prepared to support the passage of this step forward in the 2012 election.

Caravan for Justice III brings the heat to the lawmakers

May 28, 2009

Signs reading “Justice for Oscar Grant,” “Abolish the Three Strikes Law” and “Demandamos Justicia Ya!” floated above a sea of ralliers of different ages, religious beliefs, genders and ethnicities. From Bakersfield up to Sacramento, activists, teachers and family members came together to rally against laws that have failed to serve the betterment of their communities.

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