Maroon Released from Solitary: What’s Next? The litigation on behalf of Russell Maroon Shoatz is still active. The Abolitionist Law Center and the rest of Maroon’s legal team will continue our work on his behalf, until we are assured that Continue reading Fundraiser Update: 30 Days Left to Raise $6,000!
February 20, 2014: Pittsburgh PA — Russell Maroon Shoatz was released from solitary confinement into the general prison population at State Correctional Institution (SCI) Graterford this morning, ending more than 22 consecutive years in solitary confinement. The news was confirmed Continue reading MEDIA RELEASE: Russell Maroon Shoatz released from solitary confinement – first time in general population in more than 22 years
Prison Radio Show interview of ALC attorney Bret Grote on the case of Russell Maroon Shoatz. Audio can be downloaded here, or you can listen at the link to the Prison Radio Show’s blog below.
by Doran Larson In 1841, George Thompson, an American abolitionist held in a Missouri jail with his comrades for attempting to accompany slaves into freedom, wrote, “In my journal, I recorded for all.” Every writer in prison does as much. Continue reading Who is Robert Saleem Holbrook and Why Should We Care?