Men inside of Alabama prisons are being beaten, and dehumanized on a daily basis during this covid-19 pandemic, and the… Read more Questions and answers to Swift Justice about his experiences in the Alabama Department of Corrections.
“As time goes by we are still fighting against the multi billion dollar Industrial Complex of prison slavery. However, right… Read more Time to get back to our original agenda. Abolishing Slavery in Alabama.
For Immediate Release: March 12, 2020 Press Contact: Unheard Voices O.T.C.J., 802-275-2071, email@example.com MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Unheard Voices O.T.C.J. has learned… Read more Writ Filed Challenging the Qualifications of Commissioner Dunn
Press Contacts: Nikki Davenport, FAM Queen Team, Unheard Voices O.T.C.J. … Read more For Immediate Release: Inside Voices Call for Meeting with Commissioner Over Retaliation
Retaliation against inside voices spreads to outside as the Alabama DOC targets well-known organizer and advocate. ATMORE, Ala. –… Read more Organizer with Unheard Voices OTCJ denied visitation at Holman prison
By Steven Byrdsong Please also see his proposal to amend Alabama Code 1775 following this essay. In the midst of… Read more Silent Cries
On Thursday, November 14, 2019, at the same time that Unheard Voices OTCJ was speaking to the press outside the… Read more Unheard Voices OTCJ Heard on National Public Radio Program 1A
For Immediate Release: November 13, 2019 Press Contacts: Unheard Voices O.T.C.J., 802-275-2071, firstname.lastname@example.org Attorney Judie Saunders, 917-674-7753, email@example.com Eric Buchannon Sr., 205-603-3825, firstname.lastname@example.org… Read more Press Release: Free Andre Wallace!
Press Contact: Nikki Davenport (256) 221-7658 email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- November 8th 2019 The Alabama Department of Corrections is once again… Read more Robert Earl Council Enters 11th Day of Hunger Strike In Protest of ADOC Abuses
Looking back on the outcome of our mobilization on the Department of Justice in Washington, DC, I am filled… Read more After DC: Organizing our next moves