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Where the silence is: an interview with artist Noah Miska about the Pelican Bay hunger strike

July 8, 2013

As more people put their lives on the line today to fight for the hunger strikers’ five core demands – still unmet by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation – the need for this kind of artwork feels critical. Noah succeeds in creating visually impactful and beautiful work that also activates audiences to learn about human rights abuses and to get involved.

Strike updates: Stop prison torture at Pelican Bay

July 12, 2011

Support for the hunger strike grows with solidarity actions across the U.S. and Canada this past weekend.
A series of noise demonstrations outside jails, detention centers and prisons occurred internationally in St. Louis, New York City, Oakland, Los Angeles, Montreal and Kitchener, Ontario.

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Judge Thelton Henderson to keynote 2009 Justice Summit: ‘Defending the Public and the Constitution’

May 6, 2009

The U.S. Constitution requires that an accused person who lacks the means to hire a lawyer is provided one. Yet budget cuts are forcing public defenders to turn away defendants who have no other legal recourse.

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