Russell III, Sharon and Maroon

The following groups and organizations endorsed the call to release Russell Maroon Shoats from Solitary Confinement which was SUCCESSFUL.

Love and Gratitude to all the individuals and organizations that have and continue to support Maroon!

“February 20, 2014: Pittsburgh PA —  Russell Maroon Shoatz was released from solitary confinement into the general prison population at State Correctional Institution (SCI) Graterford this morning, ending more than 22 consecutive years in solitary confinement. The news was confirmed by Maroon during a legal call with an attorney from the Abolitionist Law Center.” READ MORE HERE

American Friends Service Committee – Northeast Region

American Friends Service Committee New England  Region

American Friends Service Committee Pennsylvania Program

Arise for Social Justice – Massachusetts

Back to Society, Inc.

California Coalition of Women Prisoners

California Prison Focus

Center for Constitutional Rights

Coalition to Free the Angola 3

Community Futures Collective

Ecosocialist Horizons

Human Rights Coalition – Philly and Chester

Human Rights Coalition – Fedup!

International Coalition to Free the Angola 3

Malcolm X Commemoration Committee

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement

Milk Not Jails

My Brother’s Keeper – Connecticut

National Council on Urban Peace and Justice

National Jericho Movement to Free All Political Prisoners

National Lawyers Guild

New Voices Pittsburgh

Prisoners’ Family & Friends Association – Belgium

Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project

Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

The Real Cost of Prisons Project

Reconstruction, Inc.

Sekou Odinga Defense Committee

Sin Barras

Solitary Watch

Up Against the Law

War Resisters League

If your organization would like to become an endorser please contact: maroonconnect(at)gmail.com


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