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New York City has agreed to make a large payment to settle a lawsuit claiming violence against a city inmate. Learn more here.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 15, 6-8pm WHERE: 4th Wall Project, 132 Brookline Ave (Fenway) Boston FREE to the Public WHAT: Police Deputy Superintendent Paul Joyce has repeatedly stated that recent surges of urban violence are directly linked to the prison system. … Continue reading
Monday, November 14, 2011, 6:00 PM AIDS Action Committee 75 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain (near the Jackson T stop) Shot over three years, this high-definition documentary film tells the story of five transgender women housed in men’s prisons as they … Continue reading
Join the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice for an evening to honor the Attica prison uprising, explore prison abolition and honor Eddie Ellis, a living legend. Thursday, November 10, 2011, 5:00 PM Austin Hall, Ames Courtroom, Harvard … Continue reading
Venturing Out writes, “Originally written and performed Off-Broadway by four ex-offenders, The Castle interweaves their real life stories from childhood to crime to creating straight and sober lives filled with hope and courage. Through emotionally compelling monologues, the play conveys … Continue reading
Prisoners’ Legal Services Fundraiser and Film Screening – This Tuesday, Oct. 25 at Bingham McCutchen
Support PLS — which promotes the safe, humane and lawful treatment of Massachusetts prisoners through civil rights litigation, administrative advocacy, client counseling, and outreach to policy makers and the public — by attending their upcoming “Stemming the Tide” fundraising reception … Continue reading
Starting Monday, October 24, the HLS Student Bar Association will be collecting books for prisoners through the Prison Book Program all week in the Hark. For more information on the types of books needed most and to learn more about … Continue reading
From Families Against Mandatory Minimums: On Wednesday, October 5, FAMM members will join other national organizations and thousands of people across the country in a National Call-In Day. People across the country will call Senate leadership – Senators Harry Reid … Continue reading