Robert Seth Hayes Urgent Medical Update

Seth is grave medical condition and his condition is worsening. Seth’s has had many close calls with code blues concerning low blood sugar with his mismanaged diabetes. His diabetes has never been under control nor has he seen an endocrinologist, but now Seth faces now more pressing issues with a cough and breathing difficulties. Since […]

Phil Africa passes

On Saturday, January 10th 2015 Phil Africa, revolutionary, John Africa’s First Minister of Defense, and beloved brother, husband and father, passed away under suspicious circumstances at the State Correctional Institution at Dallas, PA. On Sunday, January 4th Phil Africa wasn’t feeling well and went to the prison infirmary. Though he wasn’t feeling well, other inmates […]

Update: Seth Hayes 3/2/14

Progress seen on medical front. On February 20th, Seth was seen by a dentist for general cleaning, which was then delayed due to his mouth infection. Upon arriving and being examined, the Dr. noted that the infection was worse then when last seen (which he lightly treated lightly and gave little to no concern about). […]

Second Round of Days of Action for Seth Hayes

  PLEASE CONTINUE TO APPLY PRESSURE! Robert Seth Hayes Days of Action: Thurs 12/19 & Fri 12/20 While there has been some movement by DOCCS since the December 12th action alert, it is crucially important that we continue to pressure DOCCS and Sullivan Correctional Facility to provide appropriate medical treatment for Seth. Please join our […]

12/12/13: Urgent Campaign for Robert Seth Hayes, #74-A-2280

UPDATED campaign for Thursday 12/12 & Friday 12/13: Robert Seth Hayes is one of the longest held political prisoners in the US. He is being held at Sullivan Correctional Facility in Fallsburg, NY. He is very sick and needs your help.  Mr. Hayes suffers from diabetes mellitis, as well as hepatitis C. He has lost […]

“HELP BRING ME HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” a life and death appeal from renowned people’s attorney Lynne Stewart.

“I need to ask once again for your assistance in forcing the Bureau of Prisons to grant my Compassionate Release. They have been stonewalling since August and my life expectancy, as per my cancer doctor, is down to 12 months. They know that I am fully qualified and that over 40,000 people have signed on […]

Update on Abdul Majid: Pain Management Support Needed

According to supporters: Abdul Majid is scheduled to get surgery sometime this month, after 6 months of dealing with sciatica. Obviously, the surgery is still risky, so there is a final push to get him information on what he can do to alleviate the pain, and it is encouraged for others to contribute. He has […]

Remembering Herman Wallace

throughthewalls.org: November 2, 2013 in Current Events, History, Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War | Tags: Angola 3, Day of the Dead, FreeThemAll, Herman Wallace, history, In November We Remember, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, Medical Neglect, Mumia Abu Jamal, North American Anarchist Black Cross Medical Justice Committee, political prisoners, Samhain, Samhainn | Days […]

Update: Abdul Majid

According to his mother, Ms. LaBorde, who spoke with him 11-1-13: He can hardly walk, and CANNOT climb stairs. Because of this, he is unable to get to the visiting room, and cannot receive visitors. He was given a cane that is too small for him, which requires him to bend over awkwardly to use […]