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Lucasville Amnesty

Lucasville Amnesty
The Lucasville Uprising was a rebellion against oppressive and racist policies at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility (SOCF) in Lucasville, OH. Nine inmates and one guard died during the uprising in April of 1993. Today, many people are serving time or condemned to death by the state of Ohio in relation to the uprising. We demand amnesty for all of these inmates. The conditions at SOCF were (and still are) intolerable and unconscionable.

Silenced Prisoner Leader Demands Conduct Report Repeal

Update on prison rebel and Lucasville survivor, Imam Siddique Abdullah Hasan. YOUNGSTOWN OH - Imam Siddique Abdullah Hasan, a revolutionary organizer and outspoken advocate of the national prisoner rights movement has appealed the Ohio...

Lucasville Prison Rebel Greg Curry on Black August at OSP

A statement from Lucasville prison rebel Greg Curry describing recent actions at Ohio State Penitentiary. Greg Curry intended to make this statement at the recent pig roast solidarity event in Central Ohio, but was unable...

Lucasville Survivors on Hunger Strike over Communication Access

Survivors of the Lucasville Prison uprising have launched a hunger strike after prison authorities attempted to stop them from speaking to reporters and supporters on the 25th anniversary of the uprising. For details on...