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45 Years After Legendary Attica Prison Uprising, New Book Reveals State ...

45 Years After Legendary Attica Prison Uprising, New Book Reveals State ...

Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, CA    I was cool 'til I got to the "Solitary Confinement Cells" and realized I was scared to death, lol!

Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, CA I was cool 'til I got to the "Solitary Confinement Cells" and realized I was scared to death, lol!

The Attica Prison riot occurred at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, N.Y. on Aug. 21, 1971 in part upon prisoners' demands for better living conditions. About 1,000 of the Attica prison's approximately 2,200 inmates rebelled & seized control of the prison, taking 33 staff hostage.By the order of then-Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, state police took back control of the prison. When the uprising was over, at least 39 people were dead, including 10 correctional officers & civilian…

The Attica Prison riot occurred at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, N.Y. on Aug. 21, 1971 in part upon prisoners' demands for better living conditions. About 1,000 of the Attica prison's approximately 2,200 inmates rebelled & seized control of the prison, taking 33 staff hostage.By the order of then-Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, state police took back control of the prison. When the uprising was over, at least 39 people were dead, including 10 correctional officers & civilian…

Brazil: Four prisoners killed in Cascavel jail riot - BelleNews.com

Brazil: Four prisoners killed in Cascavel jail riot - BelleNews.com

In September 1971, Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York became the site of a bloody uprising that would shock the nation. Over several days, some 1,300 inmates seized parts of the prison, demanding better living conditions. Heather Ann Thompson documents the untold story in her new book, “Blood in the Water,” and joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss the truth about the riot's violent end.

Unveiling the long-hidden story of the Attica prison takeover

In September 1971, Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York became the site of a bloody uprising that would shock the nation. Over several days, some 1,300 inmates seized parts of the prison, demanding better living conditions. Heather Ann Thompson documents the untold story in her new book, “Blood in the Water,” and joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss the truth about the riot's violent end.

The national mood of political unrest and protest filtered into the United States prison system. And on September 9, 1971, prisoners at New York's Attica Correctional

The national mood of political unrest and protest filtered into the United States prison system. And on September 9, 1971, prisoners at New York's Attica Correctional

#Media #Oligarchs #MegaBanks vs #Union #Occupy #BLM   Prison strike against forced labor kicks off in the US   https://roarmag.org/essays/us-september-9-prison-strike/   Forty-five years after the Attica Prison uprising, inmates across the US are organizing what could become the largest prison strike in American history.   It takes a few minutes for guards to notice that the chow line has stopped. The line of prisoner workers who cook and serve the food have stepped back and are working

#Media #Oligarchs #MegaBanks vs #Union #Occupy #BLM Prison strike against forced labor kicks off in the US https://roarmag.org/essays/us-september-9-prison-strike/ Forty-five years after the Attica Prison uprising, inmates across the US are organizing what could become the largest prison strike in American history. It takes a few minutes for guards to notice that the chow line has stopped. The line of prisoner workers who cook and serve the food have stepped back and are working

The true story of the Attica prison riot | New York Post

The true story of the Attica prison riot | New York Post

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