Tag Archive | diabetes

Week of Action for Medical Justice for Leonard Peltier

CALL TO ACTION – MONDAY, 02 NOVEMBER 2015 Leonard Peltier has been in lockdown since this past Friday. He had barely recovered from the last lockdown. For a man in his condition, the lockdowns are life threatening. Once again, Leonard needs our help. Due to the obstacles the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has put […]

Help Leonard Peltier Receive a Necessary Medical Transfer

After nearly a three-week lockdown at UPS Coleman I, what we feared has occurred. Due to being served one warm meal a day and bread and water for the other meals during this period, Leonard Peltier’s blood sugar is high and out of control. The solution? The doctor gave Leonard a list of foods not […]

Next Steps for Medical Justice for Mumia

At 7pm on April 2, Mumia Abu-Jamal was transferred back to the infirmary at SCI Mahanoy- the same prison infirmary that failed to identify his diabetes, gravely misdiagnosed him, and gave him severely detrimental treatment. *This is an outrage!* The Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition is organizing press conferences and caravans to Mahanoy and the office of […]

Another Call & Fax-in for Seth Hayes

In 1973, without warning, the NYPD opened fire on Robert Seth Hayes, his wife and children in their apartment! Seth fired back in self-defense for his family and has been in prison for this non-crime over 41 years. Currently Seth suffers from poorly-controlled Hepatitis C and Type II diabetes. He has had serious episodes of […]

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 […]