Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons

FTP logo high resThe Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons (FTP) is a collaboration with the Abolitionist Law Center. FTP’s mission is to conduct grassroots organizing, advocacy and direct action to challenge the prison system which is putting prisoners at risk of dangerous environmental conditions, as well as impacting surrounding communities and ecosystems by their construction and operation. At this time, FTP is focused on opposing the construction of a new federal prison in Letcher County, Kentucky.

FTP is inspired by the abolitionist movement against mass incarceration and the environmental justice movement, which have both been led by the communities of color who are hardest hit by prisons and pollution.Both these movements also have long histories of multi-racial alliances among those on the front lines of the struggle and those who can offer support and solidarity.

FTP has been informed by the ongoing research and analysis of the Human Rights Defense Center’s Prison Ecology Project, as well as the work of the Earth First! Prisoner Support Project and June11.org

Contact: FightToxicPrisons@gmail.com

Draft Supplemental Revised EIS (March 2017)

Appendix A – Additional Geotechnical Study (March 2017)

Appendix B – Farmland Conversion Impact Rating Form and Correspondence (March 2017)

Appendix C – Air Emissions Calculations (March 2017)

Appendix D – Enhanced Utility Report (March 2017)

Appendix E – NHPA Correspondence (March 2017)

Appendix F – Investigation of Rock Rubble Material, Roxana Site (March 2017)

Appendix G – Wetland Delineations and Jurisdictional Determinations (March 2017)

Appendix H – USFWS Endangered Species Act Consultation (March 2017)

Appendix I – Comments on 2016 Revised Final EIS (March 2017)

Revised Final Environmental Impact Statement for Proposed United States Penitentiary and Federal Prison Camp (March 2016)

Appendices A-F (March 2016)

Appendix G – Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (March 2016)

Appendix G – Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (March 2016)

EPA Consultation Letter (April 2016)