Court rules Incarcerated Woman’s Lawsuit Challenging Deprivation of Pain Medication and Mobility Devices May Proceed. For Immediate Release December 31, 2018 PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. On Friday, The United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania rejected motions to dismiss Continue reading Media Release: Court rules Incarcerated Woman’s Lawsuit Challenging Deprivation of Pain Medication and Mobility Devices May Proceed.
For Immediate Release 11/27/18 Contacts: Emily Posner, Attorney for Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons, (207) 930-5232 Prisoners File Lawsuit Against New Federal Facility on Toxic Strip Mine Site in Kentucky PICTURES AVAILABLE Washington, DC — Lawyers with the Campaign to Fight Continue reading Media Release: Prisoners File Lawsuit Against New Federal Facility on Toxic Strip Mine Site in Kentucky
For Immediate Release October 16, 2018 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) On Tuesday, October 23, at 9:30 a.m. the Abolitionist Law Center will argue at an En Banc hearing in front of the Pennsylvania Superior Court in the case is the Commonwealth Continue reading Media Release: En Banc Hearing Granted For Avis Lee
New Data: Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Lead the Nation and World in Life Without Parole Sentences Comprehensive Study Shows that Life Without Parole Sentences in Pennsylvania are Imposed on the Young with Alarming Racial Disparities (Pittsburgh, PA) Philadelphia County has 2,694 Continue reading Media Release: A Way Out: Abolishing Death By Incarceration in Pennsylvania
I was previously incarcerated at the Fayette institution from February 2011 until February 2013. During my time there, I was both a witness to and victim of the toxic environment. On so many mornings I remember leaving my housing unit (C-Block B-side) en route to the Facility dining hall, at which time I would witness a dusty substance that was very thick and made it difficult to see any farther than nine to twelve feet in any direction. I would eat the morning meal, then return to the housing unit. Before locking into my assigned prison cell, I would have to shake out my clothing to remove the same dusty substance. It would be all over the floor in front of the cell and I would have to clean it up with toilet tissue. Continue reading Voices from the Inside: George Dalie on Environmental Justice at SCI Fayette
January 16, 2014: SCI Rockview – A statement about Holbrook v. Jellen by Kerry “Shakaboona” Marshall was recently recorded by Noelle Hanrahan and posted at Prison Radio. Shakaboona is a wrongly convicted prisoner with a juvenile life sentence, who has been Continue reading Voices from the Inside: Co-Editor of The Movement on Holbrook v. Jellen (Audio)