Saturday, August 11, 9:30am-12:30pm., Northside Branch Library, 1423 N. High St.

Cages are disabling and traumatizing environments. As a result, prisoners suffer from low morale. They also suffer from a variety of human rights abuses 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 “Black August” will precede our sixteenth-letter writing event. This film is a dramatic re-enactment of the life and struggles of George Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, Angela Davis, and the Black Panther Party. After the film, we will write letters of support to Camilia and Candace.

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


Saturday, August 11, 2018 - 9:30am

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