Saturday, January 12, 2:30-5:30pm, Driving Park Branch Library, 1422 E. Livingston Ave.

Cages are disabling and traumatizing environments. As a result, captives suffer from low morale. They also suffer from a variety of human rights abuses that are committed by jail and prison officials such as torture and “extremely-poor-quality health care.” These forms of violence are state-sanctioned. Therefore, we can’t expect meaningful oversight of Ohio’s concentration camps to come from the state.

Please bring a friend and join us in room 1. A film screening of “The Feminists on Cellblock Y” will precede our 24th letter-writing event. This film is about a prison program that elicits men to question toxic masculinity. After the film, we’ll write letters of support to Imam Hasan and Zina.

Hosted by Central Ohio Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee [IWOC].


Saturday, January 12, 2019 - 2:30pm

Event Type: