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They came for us in the morning: What prison officials don’t...

Emmett Till, the Scottsboro Boys, the Central Park 5, and the list goes on. The ramifications of being falsely accused of a crime in America can be, and often have been, deadly for Black people.

Soledad prisoners describe violent raids by 100 guards in full riot...

CDCR prison officials reign down relentless terror on disenfranchised prisoners, many of them disabled, who suffered extreme brutality, systematic racism and retaliatory practices at the Correctional Training Facility-Central (CTF-C), at Soledad on March 5, 2020, May 19, 2020, and July 20, 2020. Without warning or lawful orders, dozens of prisoners were injured severely, aggravating old injuries and causing new injuries to their bodies.

Soledad: ‘What’s happening in society with Black Lives Matter ain’t gonna...

Their dirty laundry has been aired. The story on sfbayview.com has been viewed by over 50,000 people across the country. Now Warden Craig Koenig of Soledad State Prison and other officials have decided that they’d better come up with a good reason for the brutal 3 a.m. assault on 100-200 Black inmates. The guards made it clear the raid intentionally exposed the men to COVID-19. Emerge the scapegoat: validate prisoners known not to be active in prison culture, including prison gangs.

Soledad uncensored: Racism and the hyper-policing of Black bodies, Part 2

The Bay View is serializing the introduction to “Annotated Tears, Vol. 2,” by Talib Williams, who is currently incarcerated in Soledad, California, and has written the history of that storied place. In the spirit of Sankofa, we learn the past to build the future. Part 2 begins with the continuation of a letter written by George Jackson to his lawyer, Kay Stender, from his book, “Soledad Brother.”

Breaking COVID-19 news: Two prisoners report how California prisons’ contempt threatens...

Ivan Kilgore is retaliated against for speaking out about inhumane conditions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in California’s prisons, and Talib Williams denounces CDCr’s irresponsible handling of the crisis.

Soledad uncensored: Racism and the hyper-policing of Black bodies, Part 1

The Bay View is serializing the introduction to “Annotated Tears, Vol. 2,” by Talib Williams, who is currently incarcerated in Soledad, California, and has written the history of that storied place. In the spirit of Sankofa, we learn the past to build the future.