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MUAVI 17m
Today! Pls send good energy to Joy Ramos, incarcerated in Cook County Jail for over 900 days & counting, charged under a draconian legal theory of “failure to protect” in the death of her 3 year old by her abuser.
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Rebecca Harms 9h
1138+97 days incarcerated. “I will never see the world again“ is one of the books Ahmet Altan wrote in prison. Must-read to understand the purge in Turkey.
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jazzmine 👀📝 Feb 14
Keep Gerald Reed & Armanda in your thoughts today. This is a gross injustice committed against an innocent man because of this racist criminal justice system. We will continue to fight for Gerald & all other incarcerated torture survivors
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L'Anònima 24h
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Meryl #SANCTUARYcity Ranzer 16m
Replying to @merylnyc
created so much outrage—until it didn’t. People moved on to the next outrage, but there are still families who have not been reunited. Trump’s vile policies continue to devastate families...young children.
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Amy Catania Feb 15
If you are a Chicagoan who for one second thought that the era of complicity of public officials with John Burge's torture is over, read this thread.
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Amy Vaz 2h
How could one watch this and not become an abolitionist, is beyond me. This is brutal.
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Nina Locher 1h
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Helle Kettner Feb 11
On this day, one year ago, was put on trial in . Four months later, nine innocent people were sentenced to between nine and 13 years in prison. Their crime? Exercising their democratic rights peacefully. 📺
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Survived & Punished NY Feb 11
Out today!!! Our abolitionist read on NY bail reform: “Bail Reform” & Carceral Control: A Critique of New York’s New Bail Laws
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Seyhan Bayraktar 11m
what great news! freedom all political prisoners in turkey!
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🌈#FreeLiyah Feb 13
Gov : from SF Bay Area to Riverside, Californians are taking action to , Black survivor fighting deportation bc she defended herself from her abusive husband. Will you pardon Liyah Birru and end the cycle of violence?
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Frederike Geerdink 5h
important day today in the theatre called turkish court room. here are the basics.
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Rebuild_Solo Feb 15
It’s been a minute, first I wanna shout out to all them people up in them prisons💯💯
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Survived & Punished NY Feb 15
We'll be participating in the Twitter Power Hour for on Wednesday, February 19th! Tune in to signal boost the fight to !
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Rebecca Harms Feb 16
Very very happy for Asli Erdogan and who have been acquitted yesterday. Still worried about the other defendants. Not only in this case but so many many more.
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SNCC 60th Feb 13
Replying to @SNCC60th
In 2000, he was accused and convicted of shooting two Fulton County deputy sheriffs. He is currently in prison serving a life sentence
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🌈#FreeLiyah Feb 13
📢 Next week: Join the convo on criminalized survivors and ! Black women who dare to defend themselves like Liyah are punished for self-defense. Learn more and take action to ! Thx to UC Riverside team for organizing!
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“Headstrong” Jacob Knight 20h
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Özcan Mutlu 2h
Turkish court acquits all Gezi Park protests defendants, including philanthropist Osman Kavala !!! Just Great !!!
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