Tell prison administrations: lift ban on SF Bay View newspaper

Prison administrations in several states have banned prisoners from receiving the San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper, a grassroots paper that has published articles by and about prisoners for decades. Background:
Un-Ban the Bay View!
13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Voice of Detroit: Prisoners Teargassed, Zip-Tied, Left Out in Rain

The bans began in July 2016 in an attempt to silence those preparing for the nationwide prison strike that began on September 9.
Since the strike began, dozens of prisoners have reportedly been placed in solitary confinement, transferred to distant facilities, or attacked with weapons and tear gas. In Texas prisons, there has been a spate of suicides.
Articles sent from prisons to the SF Bay View reporting these conditions have been continuously intercepted.
Denying access to the SF Bay View violates prisoners' rights to freedom of speech and press.

Please sign this petition to prison administrators:

Lift the ban on the San Francisco Bay View newspaper.

26-50 of 7939 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
7914 1 year ago Pamela Vasquez Salem, OR
7913 1 year ago rhonda grewe clinton twp., MI
7912 1 year ago Nicolas Alexander Hayward, Ca, CA End the embargo of censorship of educational materials; respect prisoners' human rights!
7911 1 year ago Keith D'Alessandro Canton, MI
7910 1 year ago Stephanie Del Pino Homestead, FL
7909 1 year ago Iwona Torosdag Egg Harbor Township , NJ Stop the privatization of prisons , fema camps and so on... Have a heart
7908 1 year ago Gabriella Frey Milford, CT
7907 1 year ago ed kinane syracuse, ny, NY
7906 1 year ago Frankie Zehrung` Shelton, WA
7905 1 year ago Heinz Leitner Vienna, ot
7904 1 year ago Susan Chandler Fort Pierce, FL
7903 1 year ago lenore Sheridan Berkeley, CA
7902 1 year ago Kim Pollak Point Reyes Station, CA
7901 1 year ago Willow Katz Santa Cruz, CA All US citizens, including incarcerated persons, deserve First Amendments rights to freedom of speech, press, and assembly.

Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall wrote in Procunier v. Mar...
7900 1 year ago Ivan Olsen Gonzales, CA This is simplt the right thing to do.
7899 1 year ago George Cammarota San Jose, CA
7898 1 year ago Claude Marks CA
7897 1 year ago Pierre Labossiere Oakland, CA
7896 1 year ago Joan Peters CA Prisoners need to be able to communicate with the outside world. Cutting them off from doing so is criminal.
7895 1 year ago Ramona Africa philadelphia, PA
7894 1 year ago Tori Miller Atlanta, GA
7893 1 year ago Tess Pender Carmichael, CA
7892 1 year ago Christine Thomas Sacramento, CA
7891 1 year ago Andrea Pennisi New York, NY
7890 1 year ago Anonymous Gladstone, MO
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