‘People Are Still Putting Their Bodies On The Line To Stop This Pipeline’

By Joseph Bullington, In These Times. -

Bias lived in the anti-pipeline camps for five months and got sev­en state mis­de­meanor charges of their own. Bias has been deal­ing with the gen­er­al legal after­math of Stand­ing Rock ever [...]

Solidarity With Ohio prisoners

By Martha Grevatt, Workers World. -

Over 200 people demonstrated outside the state prison in Marion, Ohio, May 2 to protest the conditions inside and demand prisoners who meet certain criteria be released. The prison drew national [...]

Injustice Prevails Despite Mass Prisoner Release In Cleveland

By Martha Grevatt, Workers.org -

Since March 14 the Cuyahoga County jail, located in downtown Cleveland, has released hundreds of prisoners to reduce the jail population in light of the coronavirus COVID-19 health emergency. [...]

CIA Used Prisoner As ‘Training Prop’ For Torture, Psychologist Testifies

By Staff, Npr.org -

A man accused of helping finance the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was subjected to "excessive" abuse at the hands of CIA interrogators who used him as a training tool for employees learning [...]

South Carolina Prisoners Appeal To The UN For Relief From Torturous Conditions

By Kelly Hayes, Truthout.org -

Can you imagine living without sunlight? Many of us experience seasonal affective (SAD) disorder in the winter months, causing symptoms ranging from depression and lethargy to thoughts of [...]

Right2Vote Campaign

By Amani Sawari, SawariMi.com. -

This is a nationwide campaign being initiated by people currently confined in the United States. This campaign grew out of the August 21 National Prison Strike Demand #10: The voting rights of [...]