The 6th Annual Virginia Prison Justice Rally was a success! See this report for more information and a link to the recorded livestream.
INSIDE THE VCCW
A report on the conditions at the Virginia Correctional Center for Women in Goochland, by Chanell Burnette.
MALCOLM’S LEGACY LIVES ON IN VIRGINIA’S FREEDOM LIBRARIES
Describing books as his “alma mater,” Malcolm said he could spend the rest of his life reading. A new project named in his honor is putting more books in the hands of people in prison across Virginia.
A PROPOSAL FOR A PEOPLE’S TRIBUNAL ON VIRGINIA’S PRISONS AND JAILS!
Our proposal for a People’s Tribunal on Virginia’s Prisons and Jails, to be held Saturday, October 7. At this hearing, we suggest that distinguished judges would hear testimony on conditions facing prisoners in the state’s prisons and jails.
SUGGESTIONS FROM PRISONERS, FORMERLY INCARCERATED, FAMILY MEMBERS & SUPPORTERS FOR ISSUES TO BE RAISED AT THE 6TH ANNUAL VIRGINIA PRISON JUSTICE RALLY
Suggestions from prisoners, the formerly incarcerated, their families, and other supporters regarding issues to raise at the 6th annual Virginia Prison Justice Rally.
WHAT’S REALLY GOING ON INSIDE VIRGINIA’S PRISONS?
The Virginia Prison Justice Network is holding its 6th annual Virginia Prison Justice Rally on Saturday, January 14, 2023 in Richmond. Check out its four main demands and get informed about the issues surrounding parole, good time, solitary confinement, and independent oversight of the VADOC.
JERMAINE DOSS WAITS – & WAITS – FOR JUSTICE
Another man wrongfully convicted due to the misconduct of former Norfolk detective Robert Glenn Ford has recently received a full exoneration. Jermaine Doss, who was likewise framed by Ford, will soon have a parole hearing.