|Prison Hunger Strike solidarity action, Harlem|
Stand Up for the Courageous
California Prisoner Hunger Strikers!
On July 8, the largest prisoner hunger strike in California history began with over 30,000 prisoners in 22 of the state's 33 prisons refusing food. Hundreds of prisoners continue on the hunger strike, courageously fighting for an end to indefinite solitary confinement and other cruel, inhuman abuses. Yet the California Department of Corrections (CDCR) has refused to even consider their just demands. Instead, prison authorities have retaliated against hunger strikers with further isolation, freezing air, and stealing their food-even denying medicines. Click hereto read about the prisoners' hunger strike. Latest news: