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For a list of events and actions in California, visit the Action calendar on the home page of Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity.
Letters to Solitary
Many people held in solitary confinement welcome correspondence from people on the outside. Readers interested in reaching out to people in isolation can click here to find mailing addresses for some of the writers and artists featured on Solitary Watch.
American Civil Liberties Union: Allow UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Access to Solitary Confinement in U.S. Prisons
American Civil Liberties Union: Stop the Abuse of Solitary!
American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona/American Friends Service Committee: Arizona Is Maxed Out
American Friends Service Committee: Stop Abuse of Solitary Confinement
Amnesty International USA: Free Albert Woodfox – End the Injustice. Remove Woodfox from Isolation
Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB): Demand the State of California Stop the Torture
Center for Constitutional Rights: Honor the Pelican Bay SHU Prisoner’s Demands
Friends Committee on Legislation of California: Stop the abuse of solitary confinement
Human Rights Coalition Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania: Abolish Solitary Confinement!
National Religious Campaign Against Torture: End Prolonged Solitary Confinement Now
National Religious Campaign Against Torture: Take Action to End Solitary Confinement of Youth in California
National Religious Campaign Against Torture: People of Faith Support Solitary Confinement Study and Reform Act of 2014
New York Civil Liberties Union: Help End Extreme Isolation in New York’s Prisons
The Petition Site: End Child Torture: Stop Holding Our Kids in Solitary Confinement!
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition: Support Pelican Bay SHU Prisoners’ Five Core Demands (hunger strike)
Roots Action: End prolonged solitary confinement
Stop the Torture Campaign: Governor Jerry Brown: Stop the Torture in California
Sylvia Rivera Law Project: DOCCS, Make Housing Safer for Trans People in New York State Prisons!
Follow-up to February 2014 Senate hearing on solitary confinement by writing to Dick Durbin and other members of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights: Click here for contact information for subcommittee members.