4 yrz since our hunger strikez began, none of our core demandz have yet been met: Our protracted struggle must continue

Posted on June 23, 2015

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by Mutope Duguma, Pelican Bay short corridor

Let’s not forget that CDCr can lock you up for being an alleged leader, as an influential individual – on just this alone.

Pen pals Mutope Duguma and Annie Banks collaborated on this art piece. “I have been a printmaker for 15 years,” Annie says, “and Mutope is a prolific writer. He sent me this quote and I created an image based on photographs of Pelican Bay, as well as of ravens. The medium of art used is called a linocut (similar to a wood cut). It is a carving that I did with a small blade using a type of linoleum similar to what is used for flooring. I then inked the carving with a water-based ink and pressed paper on top of it, creating the relief image that you see.”

2015 marks four years since we collectively got together and launched our peaceful protests to end long term solitary confinement. We have not been able to get any policy, outside of STG (Security Threat Group) 1 and 2 and SDP (Step Down Program), which we have to keep in mind is again CDCr continuing to violate our civil and human rights by holding men and women in these solitary confinement torture chambers – SCTC – indefinitely.

2015 marks four years since we collectively got together and launched our peaceful protests to end long term solitary confinement.

Prisoners been held for over four decades for no other reason than a prison label called prison gang validation, based on confidential information provided…

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