Celebrating California’s Historic Hunger Strike, One Year Later – Oakland

A year ago on July 8th, over 30,000 people on the inside began a hunger strike to bring an end to California’s use of indefinite solitary confinement.

This was the largest hunger strike in U.S. history, and dozens of incarcerated people carried on the fast for 60 days.  Join us as we honor these courageous people and push forward to bring an end to the torture of long-term solitary confinement.

PHSS July8flierPlease Join/Invite/Share FACEBOOK EVENT:  Celebrating California’s Historic Hunger Strike

July 8, 2014

6:00–8:00 p.m.
Alan Blueford Center for Justice
2434 Telegraph Ave Oakland

8:00 p.m.
to 27th and Telegraph

–Updates, speakers, art, and ways to get involved
–FREE event, donation requested
–Please: no food inside commemoration space

If your organization is interested in co-sponsoring this event please contact us by July 3, 2014

Sponsored by the Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition
Email:  phssreachingout@gmail.com
Phone:  510-863-0477
Twitter:  @CAHungerStrike
Facebook page: Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity
Facebook Event page: facebook.com/events/1466535203592275

4 thoughts on “Celebrating California’s Historic Hunger Strike, One Year Later – Oakland

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