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Saturday, June 21, 2:00 PM: Rally at Ohio State Penitentiary at 878 Coitsville-Hubbard
Rd., Youngstown, OH where most of Ohio's death row prisoners are held. Make your
regular contact visits for families of death row prisoners. A hug should be a human right!
Transportation will be provided from Cleveland. To reserve a seat or for more
information, call (216) 481-6671 or email pfcenter@sbcglobal. net.

Donate to the Charles K. Murray Memorial Billboard Project of the Cleveland Coalition
Against the Death Penalty. Three billboards with slogans opposing the death penalty will
be raised in the Cleveland area for at least one month or longer if enough donations are
received. Make your check payable to CCADP and write "Billboards" on the memo line.
Send it to CCADP, 4628 Ammon Rd., Cleveland OH 44143-2810.

Write letters of support for a prisoner coming up for parole who has been in solitary
confinement after refusing to give false testimony against members of the "Lucasville 5".
Derrick Mathews aka Kweisi Mugabe (Ohio prisoner # R142 546) needs letters of
support sent before June 15 to the Adult Parole Authority, Attn: Eric Griffith, Ohio
Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, 1050 Freeway Drive North, Columbus, OH
43229. You may choose to touch on any of these points: In 1987, he was sent to prison
at age 18 for stealing a jacket and sentenced to 5-25 years. After more than 20 years of
incarceration, Mugabe is far beyond the maximum guidelines for release by the Parole
Authority. After refusing to give false testimony against Lucasville uprising prisoners, he
was put in solitary confinement for 15 years and transferred to Ely, Nevada, far from
family and friends. He has worked hard to rehabilitate himself and has many certificates
for anger management and other
positive programs. He has the support of family, friends and the community. For more
information, call (216) 939-8888 or email bspringer06@ peoplepc. com.

Sign the electronic petition to Governor Strickland for the Lucasville uprising prisoners.
Go to the ACLU website at www.acluohio.org and click on the Lucasville Justice Project
on the left side. Scroll down to the petition. We are aiming for 1000 signatures. Tell
everyone you know to do the same.
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prisoner support for the millions of Black People locked up in
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Jamal, all Black (African) political prisoners, and anyone who
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Please support the following
Brethren and Sisteren
1.  Mumia Abu Jamal
2.  Lucasville 5
3.  Dr. Mutulu Shakur
4.  William Tybie
5.  Brother Pittsburg (Stockard Pearson)
6.  Sister Jamie Jones
7.  Sister Angel Ramirez
8.  William Mayo; Georgia
9.  Troy Davis Savannah, Georgia
10.  Leonard Pentel
11.  Jamil Al-Amin
12.  Brother Elijah; Georgia
13.  and much more (millions)
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My son, Daoud Omar Boone has been
incarcerated for over a year here in
Alabama.   However, there has been no
indictment.
 Please adjust your attention to this
cause.   I am considering him as a political prisoner.  
Please request the transcript of my son's case
here.  Also
note, that as civil rights advocates we are under constant
surveillance.  We have been placed on the so called blacklist
but we continue to survive according to God's plan and
purpose.

Connect others to our cause if possible.

Mrs. Mary Boone
Alabama, USA
maryboone123@bellsouth.net

I want you to know that my son looks pale and sick.  He is
not eating.  He has been transferred from Lowdnes
County to Wilcox County.  He has scars on him where
apparently he has had to defend himself.  However, he
does say that it is quieter where he is  right now.  Every
turn I make is sabotaged by the forces around me--  How
long can a person be held without an indictment or
trial--You are the people's lawyer--Does this not seem
unfair to you--Who shall I write--Is there no justice without
a fee--How long must this injustice against my son be
allowed to stand?
Support for Andre
Scott in Fayette
County Court
I am forwarding this to
anyone who has a
concern for injustice
anywhere to anybody.
Greetings Everyone,

We are asking for your support in
Scott (18) who was tried, convicted
and sentenced to four years ultimately
for allegedly organizing a fight
between two other boys in the
school's boy's bathroom. While
children shouldn't be fighting at
school, it should not be punishable by
school suspension rather than 4 years
in jail.

Allegedly Andre's sentencing was so
harsh because there were accusations
alleging that he was a member of a
"criminal street gang" and since
Georgia's Gang Laws defined "criminal
street gang activity" so vaguely, one
didn't have to be accused or guilty of any
criminal wrong doing to be tried and
convicted under that law.

The law was challenged and upheld in
the Georgia Supreme Court in January
'09, but the verbiage that defines
"criminal street gang activity" was revised
to at least require criminal wrong doing
so, consequently, Andre should have
been released since he was not charged
or guilty of any criminal wrong doing and
the only remaining accusation is
organizing a fight between two boys in the
bathroom - again - properly punishable
by school suspension not 4 years in jail.

However, Andre is still in jail and has
been there since December 3, 2008. His
attorneys have pushed for a hearing,
which will be held on March 12 and we
look to see you there with us. We have
no intension what so ever to be disruptive
or disrespectful to the court. We only
want to provide Andre and other youth
affected by this case with an example of
the correct posture one should have
when wronged and that is to stand with
him in support. So please adjust your
schedule on this morning to show your
support for this wrongful conviction and
feel free to share with others. See details
below.

March 12th, 2009, Thursday 9 am
Fayette County Justice Center
One Center Drive
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214

Read the full story on Andre's case at
www.familiesagainstlegalizedviolence.ning.com

African Community Centers
3079 Campbellton Rd. S.W. Suite 114
Atlanta, GA 30344 USA (404) 344-5454
www.unity4power.org
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Check out the blog post:
'Appeals Court Rejects
Troy Davis Appeal'





The Associated Press ATLANTA -- A
federal appeals court has rejected an
appeal by Georgia death row inmate
Troy Anthony Davis in the...

Blog post link:
Appeals Court Rejects Troy Davis
Appeal
Blog post
added by
Thunder X:
Contact the International Action Center Here for the latest
update on Troy Davis:
atlantaiac@aol.com
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Check out 'The Wrongful Conviction of
Jamie and Gladys Scott'
THE SCOTT SISTERS ARE SERVING SEVERAL LIFE
SENTENCES FOR THE ALLEGED THEFT OF $10.00
WHICH THEY WERE WRONGFULLY ACCUSED OF
AND IMPRISONED FOR, AND HAVE ALREADY
SERVED 14 YEARS! PLEASE ASSIST US IN OBT

Link:
The Wrongful Conviction of Jamie and Gladys Scott
Political Prisoner Contact:
Moorbey
8049 Boca Rio Drive
Boca Raton, Florida 33433
moorbey713@yahoo.com
954-583-7993
Check out the blog post 'Free Ajamu Bandele and All
Political Prisoners'


Blog post added by Iyapo Ngina-Bandele:

The struggle to "Free Ajamu" Must Continue, 'til it's
won! Comrade Ajamu Bandele's (right) fight for his
freedom came to an abrupt end o...


Blog post link:
Free Ajamu Bandele and All Political Prisoners
Check out the blog post 'NAACP “I am
Troy” Campaign in Savannah This Weekend'
Blog post added by Thunder X:
IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO ALREADY, PLEASE SIGN THE
ONLINE PETITION TO SAVE TROY DAVIS!!! FOLLOW THIS LINK:
WWW.IAMTROY.COM
Demand Morehouse College drop
charges against Brother Mukasa or else
we are coming to Morehouse.  Call
Robert Franklin:
404-215-2645
Link: Did You Know About
COPWATCH.COM?




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Please read the facts on Shawn Hawkins'
(Ohio death row) website and petition:
www.thepetitionsite.com/1/justus-4-shawn-hawkins

From Ivette Abelman
ivette.abelman@casema.nl
Prisoner of Conscious Information:
Information to Add Someone to
the list of Prisoners of Conscious.
Your Information:
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A LIVING WAGE FOR WORK
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
DECENT HEALTH CARE
AN END TO CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS
DECENT LIVING CONDITIONS
NUTRITIONAL MEALS
VOCATIONAL AND SELF-IMPROVEMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
ACCESS TO FAMILIES
JUST PAROLE DECISIONS
Despite that the prisoners’ protest remained non-violent, the
DOC violently attempted to force the men back to work—
claiming it was “lawful” to order prisoners to work without
pay, in defiance of the 13th Amendment’s abolition of
slavery.  In Augusta State Prison, six or seven inmates were
brutally ripped from their cells by CERT Team guards and
beaten, resulting in broken ribs for several men, one man
beaten beyond recognition.  This brutality continues there.  
At Telfair, the Tactical Squad trashed all the property in
inmate cells.  At Macon State, the Tactical Squad has
menaced the men for two days, removing some to the
“hole,” and the warden ordered the heat and hot water
turned off.  Still, today, men at Macon, Smith, Augusta, Hays
and Telfair State Prisons say they are committed to
continuing the strike.  Inmate leaders, representing blacks,
Hispanics, whites, Muslims, Rastafarians, Christians, have
stated the men will stay down until their demands are
addressed, one issuing this statement:

“…Brothers, we have accomplished a major step in our
struggle…We must continue what we have started…The
only way to achieve our goals is to continue with our
peaceful sit-down…I ask each and every one of my Brothers
in this struggle to continue the fight.  ON MONDAY
MORNING, WHEN THE DOORS OPEN, CLOSE THEM.  DO
NOT GO TO WORK.  They cannot do anything to us that they
haven’t already done at one time or another.  Brothers, DON’
T GIVE UP NOW.  Make them come to the table.  Be strong.  
DO NOT MAKE MONEY FOR THE STATE THAT THEY IN
TURN USE TO KEEP US AS SLAVES….”

When the strike began, prisoner leaders issued the
following call: “No more slavery.  Injustice in one place is
injustice to all.  Inform your family to support our cause.  
Lock down for liberty!”
BIGGEST PRISONER STRIKE IN U.
S. HISTORY—DAY THREE!
Thousands of Georgia Prisoners Continue
Peaceful Protest.
Georgia Department of Corrections Escalates
Its Violent Response
December 11, 2010…Atlanta, Georgia

Contacts: Elaine Brown, 404-542-1211, sistaelaine@gmail.
com;Valerie Porter, 229-931-5348, lashan123@att.net;
Lynette Taylor, 404-732-2984, narpr1@yahoo.com.

On Thursday morning, December 9, 2010,
thousands of Georgia prisoners refused to work,
stopped all other activities and locked down in their
cells in a peaceful protest for their human rights.  
The December 9 Strike became the biggest prisoner
protest in the history of the United States.
Thousands of men, from Augusta, Baldwin, Hancock,
Hays, Macon, Smith and Telfair State Prisons, among
others, initiated this strike to press the Georgia
Department of Corrections (“DOC”) to stop treating
them like animals and slaves and institute programs
that address their basic human rights.  

They set forth the following demands:
Special Report
January/February 2011: Mass
Incarceration America, Volume , Issue

May It Please the Court
Sasha Abramsky
Problem-solving courts have a track record of lowering
recidivism and incarceration costs, but they still don't
reach enough offenders.

The New Jim Crow
Michelle Alexander
How mass incarceration turns people of color into
permanent second-class citizens

Bipartisan Justice
Kara Gotsch
Fixing America?s punitive penal system has politicians
crossing party lines.

Indefensible
Vanessa Gregory
Five decades after a landmark Supreme Court case
establishing the right to a public-defense lawyer, the
poor still lack adequate legal representation.

Education vs. Incarceration
Steven Hawkins
More money must go to schools than to prisons before
high-crime neighborhoods can truly be reformed.

Smarter Punishment, Less Crime
Mark Kleiman
Why reducing incarceration and victimization should be
complementary goals

Closed Circuit
Monica Potts
Could opening juvenile court hearings and records
help uncover systemic abuse and corruption?

Eyes on the Prize
Rebecca Ruiz
Our moral and ethical duty to end mass incarceration

Permanent Lockdown
Adam Serwer
Forcing ex-offenders to pay for their incarceration is
yet another perverse policy that makes successful
re-entry next to impossible.

On the Block
Chris Smith
A pilot program in Oakland, California, combines
community policing with social services and gets at-risk
young men off the street.
Hey,

I just signed the petition "Please Grant
Compassionate Medical Release For Patricia
Wright" and wanted to see if you could help by
adding your name.

Our goal is to reach 5,000 signatures and we
need more support. You can read more and sign
the petition here:

http://www.change.org/petitions/please-gran
t-compassionate-medical-release-for-patricia
-wright?share_source=share-petition_em&u
e=sei

Thanks!
Nancy
Jenny Triplett
Editor-in-Chief,
Prisonworld Magazine

www.dawahinc.com
www.prisonworldmagazine.com
678-233-8286
Dismantling School to Prison
Pipeline Symposium
Enter Here
Pictures from Ebenezar Baptist Church the Troy Davis Rally in
Atlanta, Georgia on September 16th, 2011

William Jonathan
Mayo
Is FREE
Give Thanks!
Destruction of the
Prison Industry
By Kuumba Chi Nia
(organizer for All-African
Peoples Revolutionary
Party)
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