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Hunger Strikes, Marches & Work Stoppages: Unprecedented National Prison Strike Enters Third Week | Democracy Now!

29.9.16

Hunger Strikes, Marches & Work Stoppages: Unprecedented National Prison Strike Enters Third Week | Democracy Now!: The largest prison work strike in U.S. history has entered its third week. Organizers report that as of last week at least 20 prisons in 11 states continued to protest, including in Alabama, California, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, South Carolina and Washington. The Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee says at one point about 20,000 prisoners were on strike. With protest has come punishment. Several facilities have been put on lockdown, with prisoners kept in their cells and denied phone access both before and during the strike. Organizers have also been put in solitary confinement.


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