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NATIONAL JERICHO MOVEMENT


WELCOMING JERICHO MOVEMENT TO FREE POLITICAL PRISONERS
AND END MASS INCARCERATIONS
TO RICHMOND, VA.
GREETING OTHER LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS WORKING TO
END MASS INCARCERATIONS, THE PRISON INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, PRISON
CONDITIONS AND SERVICES, AND RE-ENTRY
Saturday, October 27, 2012
3-5 PM
Fan Free Clinic Auditorium
1010 North Thompson Street
RVA 23230
THE REALITY OF POLITICAL PRISONERS!
EXTENT OF MASS INCARCERATIONS!
SCOPE OF RACIAL INJUSTICE!
RE-ENTRY INITIATIVES AND RESOURCES
VIEWING OF “COINTELPRO 101” (THE FBI’s HISTORICAL
COUNTER INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM THEN AND NOW)
Open to the Public!!
Light refreshments!!
Contact: Jihad Abdulmumit
National Jericho, POB 2164, Chesterfield, Va. 23832
richmondjericho@gmail.com * 804-304-8595
http://www.thejerichomovement.com

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The Richmond Anarchist Black Cross wants to update people to the ongoing situation in the California Prison System. As much publicity, support, and solidarity as these prisoners can get the better. These prisoners are bravely fighting inhumane and tortuous prison conditions, including the use of Security Housing Units (SHUs).
Here is an update from the Prison Hunger Strike Solidarity group:

On Monday, September 26th, prisoners at both Pelican Bay & Calipatria will resume the hunger strike to stop the torturous conditions of Security Housing Units (SHUs).

Prisoners first went on hunger strike on July 1st for nearly four weeks, until the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation (CDCR) agreed to begin implementing some of the prisoners’ five core demands. The strike became one of the largest prison strikes in California history–stretching across a third of the California’s prisons (at least 13 State prisons), including more than 6,600 prisoners at its height. However, the CDCR’s response has been inadequate to say the least, giving prisoners & their families false hope of timely substantial change and an end to torture. For a detailed summary of the CDCR’s response to the strike, and why Pelican Bay prisoners are resuming it, read “Tortured SHU Prisoners Speak Out: The Struggle Continues.” (more…)