Rally April 10th at OSP against Solitary Confinement and Discrimination

18 Years of Solitary Confinement is Enough! If you heap the harshest possible punishment on the negotiators, what incentive will there be to negotiate during the next uprising?

Protest the Solitary Confinement of the Lucasville Uprising Prisoners and the Discrimination against the Religious Practices of Native American Prisoners by Rallying at the Gates of the Ohio State Penitentiary – Sunday, April 10, 2:30 PM
878 Coitsville-Hubbard Rd., Youngstown, OH

On April 10, 1883, The U.S. Secretary of the Interior forbid Native Americans from practicing their religious practices and customs, such as Sun Dances, claiming they were “un-American.”

Rally to protest inhumane treatment in Ohio’s supermax prison, OSP.
The Lucasville Uprising was April 11, 1993.
Bring signs and banners.

Gather in the parking lot of the church next to the entrance gate to OSP.
For information about car pooling and directions from the Cleveland area, call 216-925-9108 or email lucasvillefreedom@gmail.com.

A collaboration of the Lucasville Uprising Freedom Network and New Black Panther Party – Cleveland Link.

Note added April 7th: Please also (re-)read this article by Bomani Shakur, written in 2007, about April 11th.

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