As wonderful as the digital world is with its gifts and surprise wonders, it is somewhat troubling to find that your stuff is online without you having any idea that this is the case. 84 more words
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By Samantha Sarra/ From Truth Out
For mothers behind bars, the prison walls are held up with patriarchy, racism and poverty. Injustice is the mortar that holds together the bricks of the prison industrial complex and the handcuffs worn by female inmates are still tightly linked to the shackles of slavery and oppression. 1,191 more words
Free All Mothers!
2nd Annual Mother’s Day Anti-Prison Noise Demo
– Sunday, May 11th, 3pm 2014
Meet at State St. and Bragg St. in Raleigh. 288 more words
By Victoria Law/ From Solitary Watch
Today, the ACLU released Worse than Second Class: Solitary Confinement of Women in the United States. Recognizing that women in solitary are often ignored, the report examines the gendered impact of solitary and issues a series of recommendations. 992 more words
by Taffy Cannon
I’m going back to prison for the fifth time next Friday, and I can’t wait.
This trip to the Central California Women’s Facility has very little to do with me and everything to do with a lot of children who miss their mothers desperately. 1,090 more words