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.

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Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
6316 1 year ago Rachel Ugarte Pompano Beach, FL
6315 1 year ago Lelia Ross New York, NY
6314 1 year ago Barbara Philipps Köln, ot
6313 1 year ago Kai Blumberg Portland, OR
6312 1 year ago Ronald Knauss Helena, MT
6311 1 year ago Anonymous Cadillac, MI
6310 1 year ago Sharon Davis RIDGELAND, MS
6309 1 year ago Christian DeFilippo Ridgewood, NY
6308 1 year ago Percival Francis Las Vegas, NV
6307 1 year ago Susan Endlich Berkeley, CA
6306 1 year ago Rex Earick Pahrump, NV
6305 1 year ago lothar hoefler d-88131, ot
6304 1 year ago Greg Nielson Strongsville, OH
6303 1 year ago Denise Romesburg Phoenix, AZ
6302 1 year ago Laurie Couvertier Bronx, NY
6301 1 year ago Janice Schroeder Berkeley, CA
6300 1 year ago Sandra Lady BELLINGHAM, WA
6299 1 year ago Kathleen Powers Chicago, IL
6298 1 year ago Todd Kolze Oaklanc, CA
6297 1 year ago Stanley McDonald Jr. Sherborn, MA
6296 1 year ago Anonymous El Cerrito, CA
6295 1 year ago friedhelm holtey-weber koeln, ot
6294 1 year ago Dave Joseph Lincoln, NE
6293 1 year ago Trudi Wallace Raleigh, NC
6292 1 year ago wandis wilcox aptos, CA We certainly don't live by our so-called christian values, such as: "Do unto others as you'd have them do unto you". Treating prisoners worse than dogs and expecting them to do right when released ...
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