MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN BELLES

MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN BELLES

“Hello Everyone I hope you having a great day. I will like introduce myself as a fair mind person & bring awareness to you all in hopes of empowering ourselves,our families & our communities!

All this week we will be meeting at 9 am at Smith Park in Jackson on amite St. We will be feeding God’s children and walking the streets with protesting signs shining the truth on how MDOC is physically, spiritually socially, and psychologically paralyzing our Husbands, Wives, Sons, Daughters, relatives according to their Lack of medical assistance, Lack of rehabilitation, Lack of re-entry preparedness programs, Lack of staff, Lack of feeding & a Host of Improper housing issues stemming from various Inhumane conditions.

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As peoples of Gods creation we are not perfect & Our fore fathers created this Human, Justice system for individuals that have fallen into errors & need to be rehabilitated for your future and your children future in our society, but somehow our Legislatures have abandoned, abused & allowed too many un-lawful decisions to subtract from the attributes of our Human reforms & we now have to witness no advancement of Our communities except more prison industries. It is too many errors in the body of these institutions not to have a effective & sufficient housing conditions under such circumstances, so It is our duty to bring to you all attention many facts that need addressing & corrected for the prison overcrowdness & free prison slavery etc. @@@@@@@@

Please join us in the struggle of overcoming the injustice, inhumane treatments of MDOC.”

Note of Cancellation of Visitation MDOC

Cancellation of Visitation MDOC

CMCF Lockdown, MS

CMCF Lockdown, MS

MDOC Lockdown Schedule 2015

MDOC Lockdown Schedule 2015

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FAM-FMM UNITED AGAINST McDONALD’S: NO MORE INVESTING IN PRISON SLAVE LABOR

Everyone knows about the problems of mass incarceration and prison slavery, but only FREE ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI MOVEMENT UNITED has the solution.

S.O.S. If you want to join the fight against Mass Incarceration and Prison Slavery, FREE ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI MOVEMENT needs your help.

Join our new fb group FAM-FMM UNITED Against McDonald’s. We are forming a National Campaign to start targeting major corporations that exploit people in prison by using prison slave labor, and anyone can organize right in there own community. [Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1548749275364290/?fref=ts ]

Read our Plan Of Action 2015 document titled “LET THE CROPS ROT IN THE FIELDS” and start organizing today. [Link: https://freealabamamovement.wordpress.com/2015/02/26/let-the-crops-rot-in-the-fields/ ]

Adopt a prison or any other place of incarceration and a McDonald’s in your city/county/state, start organizing a Non-Violent and Peaceful protest n join the National Movement Against Mass Incarceration and Prison Slavery.

ORGANIZE ! ORGANIZE !! ORGANIZE !!!

Organize KwameNON-VIOLENT AND PEACEFUL PROTEST FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS MOVEMENT AGAINST MASS INCARCERATION AND PRISON SLAVERY
A mass prisoner strike wave is coming in state and federal prisons all over the country.We need to build a national activist movement against prison slavery, but in support of the Free Alabama Movement & Free Mississippi Movement United, we propose the following immediate action campaign:

1. We need to create a “Free Alabama” and “Free Mississippi” speakers’ tour to send activists all over Alabama & Mississippi United to spread the message about the conditions in Alabama’s & Mississippi’s prison systems.
This is the first step to a regional and national campaign, but we need to win the people in Alabama & Mississippi over, and not just activist organizations or so-called leaders.

2. We need to have a series of mass meetings in Birmingham, Selma, Pritchard, Anniston, Montgomery, Decatur-Huntsville, Tuskegee, Enterprise, Troy, Bessemer, Collegeville, Foley and others in Alabama, and Clarksdale, Gulf Port, Greenville, Jackson, Hattiesburg, and Parchman in Mississippi to expose the conditions in these state prisons, to educate and organize communities of color especially, as well as all others opposed to structural racism represented by this system.

3. We need to call for a mass international email campaign about conditions in Alabama and Mississippi prisons, backed up with pictures, videos, and firsthand account interviews from the men and women incarcerated in these (and other) States.

4. We need to build a coalition with other Movements around the world that address issues concerning mass incarceration and prison slavery, including political prisoners, civil and human rights violations at immigration detention centers, private prisons and divestment programs, solitary confinement, juvenile rights, mental health, and the death penalty.

5. Contact HBCU’s and other universities (Yale, Harvard and other Ivy League schools are currently doing demonstrations on campus about solitary confinement). We also need to partner with legal groups about filing a series of class action lawsuits against conditions in Alabama and Mississippi prisons.
However, unlike the current groups like the ACLU, SPLC, SCHR, EJI and others who only sue for cosmetic changes and million dollar attorneys’ fees settlements, we want legal groups who will demand a jury trial and who will seek compensatory, punitive and any other damages available. (The ongoing abuses in America’s prisons give the first real chance at reparations-type compensation for current slavery practices)

6. Go to the United Nations Human Rights Council with a human rights complaint about Alabama and Mississippi prisons being a violation of international human rights covenants.

7. A national protest march in Montgomery, Alabama and in Parchman, Mississippi against prison slavery, as well as continuing picket lines at the Alabama and Mississippi Departments of Corrections.

8. A Southern Regional [or national] Prison Activist Conference (Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Louisiana), about not only conditions in Alabama and Mississippi, but all over the country.

9. An Emergency Response Network to be able to respond in support of prison strikes in Alabama and Mississippi, or anywhere in the country where work strikes are taking place, and prevent mass repression by prison officials.

10. We need to recruit students, youth, and community activists as volunteers from all over the country.

11. We need to have a massive fundraising campaign on GoFundMe to obtain the funds to make this happen. We should create a joint fundraising committee to handle the funds and make an accounting of all funds raised.

Note* A Western Regional base is being developed for California and Arizona. And Illinois is also being targeted for development.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND START YOUR CHARTER TODAY

FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT, FREE MISSISSIPPI MOVEMENT, FREE GEORGIA MOVEMENT, FREE FLORIDA MOVEMENT, FREE LOUISIANA MOVEMENT, FREE TEXAS MOVEMENT, FREE CALIFORNIA MOVEMENT, FREE ILLINOIS MOVEMENT, FREE PENNSYLVANIA MOVEMENT, FREE OHIO MOVEMENT, AND MORE . . .

None of us are FREE until we ALL are FREE .

*Contact:*

Antonia Brooks 256-783-1044
Latosha Scott 334-322-8989
Lashonda Morris 601-480-2507

Website: Freealabamamovement.com
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Email: freealabamamovement@gmail.com  Freemississippimovement@gmail.com
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