January 20, 2020 – ongoing: Sixteen prisoners went on hunger strike on MLK Day in solidarity with two hundred prisoners allegedly facing brutality in the prison’s mental health unit.
December 16, 2011: Fifteen prisoners working in the kitchen sat down on the job in protest of the hours, lack of gain time, and working conditions.
According to the Prison Books Collective: “Despite the peaceful nature of the protest, guards soon came and threatened the men into returning to work. Eight of the men, however, continued to refuse to work until their questions were asked. These men were charged with ‘disobeying a direct order’ and ‘work refusal,’ and placed in solitary cells.”