After over 36 years in prison, movement elder, political prisoner, and revolutionary health worker Mutulu Shakur has been granted parole with less than six months to live
More than 150 years after slavery was outlawed in the US, the practice persists in the form of forced, unpaid prison labor. Five states had the opportunity to end this.
No one will walk out of prison solely due to Biden’s pardon as marijuana possession is almost entirely prosecuted at the State level. It is unclear if State governors will follow in Biden’s footsteps
On September 26 Alabama prison officials made a rare admission: prisoners had initiated work stoppages at every single major correctional facility in the state.
Incarcerations, brutality, and torture are common in the US. Activists claim that this amounts to a war waged against racially marginalized, poor, and working-class people.
Black August is a recognition of former political prisoners such as Jalil Muntaqim, who spent 49 years behind bars in US prisons
Renowned revolutionary leader and health worker Mutulu Shakur has spent over three decades in prison. As his cancer worsens, activists are demanding his release.
After years of fighting the incarceration system, Prakash alongside family, friends, and activists celebrated freedom after all charges against him were dropped by prosecutors
Across the United States, public figures and everyday people came together in support of Melissa Lucio, sentenced to death without evidence
The longest held political prisoner in the US has been punished for decades for his participation in a modern day slave rebellion
Prakash Churaman grew up behind bars after being accused of a crime he didn’t commit, now he’s fighting for his freedom
The death of Isa Abdul Karim, at the Rikers Island prison complex in New York City, is the latest in the recent spate of deaths in a jail infamous for neglect and abuse of inmates