The 2014 Occupy National Gathering Endorses A Month [October] Of Non-violent Resistance Against Mass Incarceration

The 2014 Occupy National Gathering endorses a month [October] of non-violent resistance against mass incarceration.

This proposal was brought to the Occupy National Gathering GA on Saturday, Aug 2.

Month Of Resistance Against Mass Incarceration

“A proposal that Occupy and all the occupants from around the country and here, take up the month of resistance against mass incarceration wherever you might be.

Occupy has distinguished itself as being one of the great moments in recent history of the United States when people came together from all walks of life, different races, different creeds, different political positions and all came together around something that was absolutely urgent and necessary.

In that spirit, I am really calling on people to take up this month of mass resistance vs. mass inc that can bring together many many people –a big tent, a big occupy tent, where occupy can actually rejuvenate its energy and reach out to many people in the press community that we have not reached out to before.”
D’ande Teeter
Stop Mass Incarceration Network

WE SAY NO MORE!

A CALL FOR A MONTH OF RESISTANCE TO MASS INCARCERATION, POLICE TERROR, REPRESSION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION!

For 2 generations, Black and Latina/Latino youth in the U.S. have been shipped off to prison in numbers never before seen anywhere in the world at any time. More than 2 million people, of all nationalities languish in prison — ten times the number 50 years ago. The U.S. has 5% of the world’s population but 25% of the world’s prison population! More than 60% of those in U.S. prisons are Black or Latina/o. 32% of Black men between the ages of 20 and 29 are in prison or on parole or probation on any given day. More than 80,000 people in prison are held in solitary confinement.

Stop Mass Incarceration Network
Twitter:@StopMassIncNet

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