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Who’s making the rules? Time added to sentences for our brothers...

Slavery is alive and profitable as CDCr dangles sentence-reduction incentives to get agreements with prisoner fire-fighters to risk their lives and then shamefully breaks those agreements for a longer haul of cheap/free labor.

Kevin Cooper: Surviving Death Row and COVID-19 in San Quentin

Kevin Cooper, still caged in San Quentin after 37 years, 35 years on Death Row, speaks with KPFA’s Flashpoints Dennis Bernstein in an exclusive in-depth interview. Cooper talks about simultaneously surviving Death Row and the COVID-19 pandemic, the blues and highlights the opportunity for Governor Gavin Newsom to order an Innocence Investigation, which will shine direct light on prosecutorial wrongdoings and new DNA evidence to support his innocence.