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Human Rights Coalition sues prison officials for censoring political dissent and human rights advocacy

January 25, 2014

The Human Rights Coalition (HRC), politicized prisoner Robert Saleem Holbrook and College of Charleston Professor Kristi Brian brought a lawsuit on Jan. 8 against several employees of the State Correctional Institution (SCI) at Coal Township and the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections for confiscation of mail sent to Holbrook, a co-founder of HRC currently held at SCI Coal Township.

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Prison hunger strikers face reprisals as papers that back them are censored

November 17, 2013

Since some 30,000 California prisoners launched a hunger strike July 8 against the practice of long-term solitary confinement and other abuses, participants have faced punitive retaliation and censorship of newspapers and other media that backed their fight. Abuses continued after prisoners suspended the strike Sept. 5.

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Pelikkkan Bay censorship reveals thought control agenda

March 31, 2013

Here in Pelikkkan Bay SHU, we undergo extreme forms of social control that include the censorship of all forms of mail. From letters and books to periodicals, everything is heavily scrutinized by our captors, who censor anything that does not fit their agenda; anything that empowers the people, speaks truth to power or challenges white supremacy is quickly denied those of us held in these torture chambers.

Nevada Prison Board hearing, Part 1: The most explosive meeting ever

April 20, 2009

The April 14 hearing before the Nevada Prison Board was the most explosive meeting that I have ever been to. The atmosphere was electric!

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