Black Public Scholars

December 19, 2010

Georgia Prison Strike: Inmates Finally Stand Down

Filed under: Uncategorized — Staff @ 12:13 am

by Dr. Boyce Watkins, Syracuse UniversityScholarship in Action 

The heroic prison strike that took place in Georgia this month has finally come to an end. Other than the inmates who are still holding out, most of the others have been released from the massive lock down and agreed to go back to work. Progress was made during the strike, and negotiations are still underway.

I was scheduled to meet with Elaine Brown, one of the leaders of the movement last night. For some reason, we weren’t able to find her. But I’m sure that whatever she was doing was more important than talking to me. Tomorrow morning I’ll be speaking with Rev. Jesse Jackson on the matter, and then Monday, I speak with Rev. Al Sharpton. In fact, I’ll be speaking to everyone I know about this issue for as long as I possibly can.

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