Live from the SHU Hearing…

From the Overflow Room

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Dear Supporter,Today is a big day in Sacramento for everyone that has been seeking justice for our loved ones, we’ve got a full house at the hearing!  I stand with family members, advocates, and organizers throughout the state to make sure that the voice of our loved ones are present at the Solitary Confinement Hearing.

We are here to demand that reforms are implemented so that our loved ones can get out of the SHU.

I want to thank you for donating to help feed those of us here in Sacramento today and for over 1,000 people that took action demanding our Legislators attend the hearing.

And I want you to continue to fight with us. Please keep the words of my husband strong in your minds and hearts as we fight for justice together.

“For decades now, CDCR has actively been working to break our ties to family and friends on the outside.  These hearings have the potential to correct this destructive course.  I’m hoping the legislators have the courage to confront this destructive policy and put families back together.” – Gabriel A. Huerta/Pelican Bay Prison/Short Corridor

Thanks for standing with us. Ya Basta!

Irene Huerta, California Families to Abolish Solitary Confinement
Proud member of the Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition & Californians United for a Responsible Budget


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