CDCR: Political Retaliation Post-Hunger Strike: A Community Forum
Saturday, 14 June 2014 at 2PM
Alan Blueford Center for Justice
2434 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
After the extensive successful organizing of the hunger strike in the summer of 2013, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has used many tactics to suppress prisoner organizing. Many organizers have been moved, refused food and written-up as retaliation for their leadership and participation.
Most recently CDCr has issued proposed regulations to censor “obscene materials,” which includes “publications that indicate an association with groups that are oppositional to authority and society.”
We invite you to a discussion about the implications of these new proposed regulations on inside-outside organizing, correspondence and the fight to abolish solitary confinement.