By Evie Litwok, Director of Witness to Mass Incarceration I am a queer woman who has been incarcerated. I was … Continue reading Living in Fear for Her Life
Bonnie Erwin age 74, has been in a federal prison in the state of Texas since age 42- he has … Continue reading Bonnie Erwin-Wrongfully Convicted in Texas
Imprisoned human rights activist, journalist, and author Martin Gottesfeld wrote this article on the 55th day of his prison hunger … Continue reading How The U.S. Marshals And Bureau Of Prisons Are Trying To Break My Hunger Strike
The following came to me via Twitter: True to form, rather than the Feds addressing the issues the prisoners have, … Continue reading What is going on at USP Atlanta Prison Camp?
The government and corporations have a pool of powerless, exploitable workers in skyrocketing prison populations. By Terrell Jermaine Starr / … Continue reading 23 Cents an Hour? The Perfectly Legal Slavery Happening in Modern-Day America
Imprisoned journalist and activist Barrett Brown was sentenced in a Dallas Federal Court this morning to 63 months of incarceration within … Continue reading Barrett Brown: journalist and activist sentenced to 63 months
In a detailed letter to the US Sentencing Commission, policymakers at the Department of Justice recommend robust changes to the … Continue reading DOJ: Change Federal Sentencing Guidelines