100 Prisoners In Shakopee Wear Blue to Demand LGBTQ Changes this Pride
Jailhouse Lawyers Speak: One Year Since Seven Fell in South Carolina
This April 15, 2019 will mark one year since the unnecessary and preventable deaths of 7 people.
JUNETEENTH: June 14-17 4th annual Fight Toxic Prisons Convergence and June 19 2nd annual End Prison Slavery Day
Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons
Four Imprisoned Rhode Islanders Punished With Solitary Confinement at the ACI for Possession of Legally-Protected Union Literature
The RI DOC has held four men for over ten days in solitary confinement for allegedly possessing union literature. All four are being denied access to legal documents, rehabilitative and therapeutic programs, adequate medical care, and contact with their families and supporters is limited to a single ten-minute phone call each day.
Abusive Conditions at MDC Brooklyn Are Nothing New
Earlier this month, the city of New York and the world watched detainees at MDC Brooklyn freeze in their cells during the most recent polar vortex. People were in awe that this high-tec, modern-day dungeon - with both the Statue of Liberty and Wall Street in view as testaments to hypocri$y - would be so crass, so brutal, so inhumane.
CDCR Is Orchestrating “Gladiator Fights” Inside Central Valley Prisons
Recently leaked videos taken February 14th and 15th show fights between prisoners breaking out in a yard at the Correctional Training Facility in Soledad, CA. After firing tear gas at the fighting prisoners, the video shows COs encircling the prisoners, but not providing aid or intervening.
New Website Launches, Documenting a Decade of Prisoner ProtestsClarification: Perilous Chronicle is independent from IWOC, though our projects are complementary and adjacent to one another. IWOC endorses Perilous Chronicle and encourages this tracking project that brings visibility to prisoner protests.
New Website Launches, Documenting a Decade of Prisoner Protests
End prison slavery in Texas now – Part 3: Knockin’ doors down
“The prison industrial complex has created a kind of ‘third-world colony’ right here in the United States. Prison systems outsource prisoners for slave labor to major corporations for pennies per day. Prisoners perform data entry and work auto industry jobs that used to belong to free-world workers.
Corcoran Hungerstrikers Win Two Demands: Strike Suspended as Negotiations Continue