Stand in Solidarity with Prisoners Striking for Human Rights

A multi-state prison strike has been organized to address a number of prison injustices, such as toxic work conditions, extreme heat, insufficient access to healthcare and contaminated drinking/bathing water. The strike begins on the 45th anniversary of the 1971 Attica uprising. Related Petitions:
> Summer Heat Serves Texas Prisoners an Early Death Sentence
> Contaminated Water Causes Cancer in Prison
> Prisoners Forced to Work in Toxic, Hazardous Conditions
> End Legal Slavery in U.S. Prisons stands in solidarity with Prison Radio, the Prison Ecology Project, and thousands of incarcerated men and women.

Click below to sign this petition now:

I stand in solidarity with the thousands of incarcerated men and women who, beginning on September 9, 2016, will take a stand against civil and environmental injustices in their respective prisons by going on strike.

26-50 of 6394 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
6369 2.1 years ago mary spano Stafford, VA
6368 2.1 years ago Erin Daniels Carson, CA
6367 2.1 years ago Cora allen Riverdale, GA
6366 2.1 years ago D.A. ROY HOUSTON, TX
6365 2.1 years ago Adaline Jyurovat Boulder, CO This is a human rights issue. The US sanctions other countries for abuse of human rights, when our prison system is a prime example of US hypocrisy, and shameful abuse of human rights. It is outrage...
6364 2.1 years ago Nancy Anvari Olympia, WA
6363 2.1 years ago Karen Hughes Columbus, OH
6362 2.1 years ago Zahra Lightway Austin, TX Prison is an ineffective, abusive, system that is basically slave labor. Conditions for African Americans must change to heal the divide. Cannabis and other drugs must be legalized while continuing ...
6361 2.1 years ago Robert B Mitchell Sr Brooksville, FL
6360 2.1 years ago Carole Dorsey North Brunswick , NJ
6359 2.1 years ago Steven Prow Columbus , OH
6358 2.1 years ago Donna Thompson Kansas City, MO
6357 2.1 years ago Dr.Tammy King Gardner, MA
6356 2.1 years ago Ken Gale NYC, NY If you dehumanize prisoners while they're in prison, they'll act much less human when they get out. That could be their cruel goal.
6355 2.1 years ago Liisa Nenonen Oakland, CA
6354 2.1 years ago debra fields Glenford, OH
6353 2.1 years ago Laura Hanks Milwaukie, OR
6352 2.1 years ago Paula Cosio Whittier, CA
6351 2.1 years ago Brenda Carter San Diego, CA
6350 2.1 years ago Glen Anderson Lacey, WA
6349 2.1 years ago Anonymous East Lansing, MI These prison conditions are unacceptable & pose a threat to prisoners' lives, health & well-being.
6348 2.1 years ago leonardo maturana tucson, AZ
6347 2.1 years ago Anonymous Calistoga, CA
6346 2.1 years ago Pauline Lee Lufkin, TX If we treat prisoner inhumanely, we are no better.
6345 2.1 years ago William Newell Redwood City, CA
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