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Posts Tagged with "Pelican Bay Hunger Strike"

Pelican Bay hunger strike reps to legislators and supporters: Tell California Corrections Dept. ‘Torture will not be tolerated here’

October 10, 2013

This next phase of the struggle will require the power of the people more than ever. We have to work with and urge our representatives in the legislature to ensure changes are made in the interest of imprisoned people, their loved ones, their communities – in the interests of humanity. We must put an end to solitary confinement. There is no place for indefinite solitary confinement in a civilized society. Let the Department of Corrections know torture will not be tolerated here.

Pelican Bay hunger strikers donate to local food bank (retracted)

July 10, 2013

The executive director of the food bank in Crescent City, where Pelican Bay State Prison is located, has asked that the Bay View retract this announcement. Read his message to the organizers of the donation drive.

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.

Support the Pelican Bay hunger strike

July 3, 2013

In their ongoing plea for justice and humane treatment, the inmates confined in the Security Housing Unit program at Pelican Bay State Prison must continue to use the only peaceful means available that will draw proper attention to their plight, a hunger strike. Going through a long term hunger strike involves every aspect of your being, physical, mental and emotional.

A response to CDCR’s ‘Security Threat Group Prevention, Identification and Management Strategy’

June 5, 2012

After we read the content of the document [the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s “Security Threat Group Prevention, Identification and Management Strategy,” released in March], we had a tier discussion of it. To a man, we believe that document is nothing more than an attempt by CDCR to regain public support.

Make some noise: International solidarity for Pelican Bay Hunger Strike!

July 4, 2011

Support for the Pelican Bay Hunger Strike is strong and expanding as people inside and outside prison all over the world are connecting the Pelican Bay hunger strike to local struggles against powerlessness and inequality.

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