Stand in Solidarity with Prisoners Striking for Human Rights

A multi-state prison strike has been organized to address a number of prison injustices, such as toxic work conditions, extreme heat, insufficient access to healthcare and contaminated drinking/bathing water. The strike begins on the 45th anniversary of the 1971 Attica uprising. Related Petitions:
> Summer Heat Serves Texas Prisoners an Early Death Sentence
> Contaminated Water Causes Cancer in Prison
> Prisoners Forced to Work in Toxic, Hazardous Conditions
> End Legal Slavery in U.S. Prisons stands in solidarity with Prison Radio, the Prison Ecology Project, and thousands of incarcerated men and women.

Click below to sign this petition now:

I stand in solidarity with the thousands of incarcerated men and women who, beginning on September 9, 2016, will take a stand against civil and environmental injustices in their respective prisons by going on strike.

151-175 of 6391 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
6241 1 year ago Beverly Olney Watertown, NY The only way to get attention in prison is to go on strike. Brave
Souls , desperate for help, and no helper in there. Prayers
6240 1 year ago Nancy Withington Santa Barbara, CA
6239 1 year ago Natasha Saravanja San Francisco, CA
6238 1 year ago Margaret S. Maurin Bryn Mawr, PA
6237 1 year ago Juli Kring Houston, TX
6236 1 year ago peter leeftink zwolle, ot
6235 1 year ago J Blagen Minneapolis, MN
6234 1 year ago peter leeftink zwolle, ot
6233 1 year ago Anonymous Clio, MI
6232 1 year ago Joanne Hunter Quincy, MA
6231 1 year ago Paul Williams Toms River, NJ
6229 1 year ago Marge Taniwaki Denver, CO
6228 1 year ago Morgan Sirlin Miami Beach, FL
6227 1 year ago amy dingman Albuquerque, NM
6226 1 year ago Toba Daoudi San Jose , CA
6225 1 year ago john eschen grand coulee, WA America, is not suppose to use slave labor, yet this happens all over the nation, inside the prison system.
6224 1 year ago Kimberly Wiley Rochester, NY
6223 1 year ago Richard Dexter Sandy Hook, VA We need our taxes to used for educating prisoners so they have something to give them self esteem and a vocation. They did their time. Let them up.
6222 1 year ago Anna Driskill Liberty, MO
6221 1 year ago D Ashurst Corning, CA
6220 1 year ago Deborah Cate Philadelphia, PA
6219 1 year ago marina ragsdale sebring, FL
6218 1 year ago Kat Suricata Henrico, VA
6217 1 year ago Robert M. Brown Baltimore, MD
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