The SF Bayview posted
this report on the Millions for Prisoners Marches that took place on August 19th around the country.
In New Mexico, the local news station had
this report from Albuquerque.
Thanks to Sillicon Valley Debug, a glimpse of the march against prison slavery, for prisoner human rights, in San Jose, CA, where
Heshima’s speech was also made audible.
Ramona Africa was a speaker at the DC rally. Here she is being interviewed:
Bradley Allen wrote on IndyBay:
Solidarity in San José with Millions for Prisoners March in DC (with many photos)
Here is an article by Jared Ware, entitled
As A Nation Grapples With White Supremacy, The Millions For Prisoners March Comes At The Perfect Time (it unfortunately does not mention our efforts, but we know we are part of a larger movement anyway)
We hope that the movement to abolish legal slavery will from now on be on the agenda’s of those who are supposed to represent the people in the U.S.A., but we know a lot still has to be done.
Amend The 13th also has
pilot plans to build stronger, more vibrant and resourceful communities, so that prisons will become obsolete. In the near future, we need help, volunteers, to build this new society together.
You can sign our petition too, if you haven’t already:
Thank you so much!
Link to Heshima’s speech:
Link (in Dutch) to well-read progressive Dutch Newsblog ‘Krapuul’ about the 13th Amendment:
Join us and let’s make a better society with all, for all!
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August 19, 2017
(The phone from the GTL line was edited by us to cut out the messages, and the sound was enhanced by us).
Greg Curry from Ohio calls upon us to join the Prisoners Human Rights March on August 19th, 2017.