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  • Dear Crystal,
    We are so thrilled you took your time to read our proposal, and we are so thrilled that you agree there is a problem. There of course should be a change because it’s not fair about how much prisons, the court systems, and the justice system have unfair processes. For example, why are there black and brown people in prison more t…Read More

  • Dear Erica H,
    We’re really happy you decided to read our proposal for a change in prisons. So for your question, “Would you like judges to enforce laws or regulations around the management of prisons and the care of prisoners? “ , we do in fact want an enforced law and regulations for prisoners care. In the law we are thinking about a perso…Read More

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    Dear Superior Court of California-County of Alameda,

    We are choosing to write to you because you are our county and what you do in your prisons affect us. As a court, you do not listen to us and itś not fair.

    Guards Hurt Inmates

    Authors Dear Superior Court of California-County of Alameda, We are choosing to write to you because you are our county and...

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    • My name is Crystal and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project blog post and I have some feedback.
      One thing I liked about what you wrote was you guys are talking about the prison and how it makes us look bad. You guys want to help out which is good and i liked that you were specific on the problem and everything. The thing you guys talk about is true and i agree there should be a change.

      • Dear Crystal,
        We are so thrilled you took your time to read our proposal, and we are so thrilled that you agree there is a problem. There of course should be a change because it’s not fair about how much prisons, the court systems, and the justice system have unfair processes. For example, why are there black and brown people in prison more than white people? We want to stand up for prisoners who don’t deserve to be treated as they are treated because they are still humans (which we born with rights). Anyway thanks for reading our proposal and check out our instagram please! @prisonequality !

    • Dear Erica H,
      We’re really happy you decided to read our proposal for a change in prisons. So for your question, “Would you like judges to enforce laws or regulations around the management of prisons and the care of prisoners? “ , we do in fact want an enforced law and regulations for prisoners care. In the law we are thinking about a person coming to a prison and inspecting it, meaning the prisoners get a chance to talk to someone if they’re being unfairly treated and then an investigation would occur. You know how there is jury duty where a person sits in the court and helps make a decision, well we want the same “duty” to happen for these prison checks. The other question you had was, “ what you would like people to do once you have rallied them to your cause? What comes after that to enact lasting change? “ , After we have people rallied to our cause we want to make a point that a majority of people want what we want as well. It isn’t for sure that, let’s say a court, would listen to us but as said we’ll have a bunch of people ready to fight on with us. To enact lasting change, that’s where our law comes in because it would be staying trust me, or any abuse we’d recieve from officials (like un black lives matter marches). We’d make a longing impact because of how far we’d succeed. Lastly, on some of your confusion we want the court system to just make a change. This does mean wrongly convicting people, being biased, digging deep in a case earlier on, have engaged judges, and to listen to every which way of a story before choosing. Thank you for reading our proposal and I hope you read more of my work and Joana and Kimberly’s work as well.
      Sincerely,
      Kamyiah

    • Forgot to mention, please follow our instagram @prisonequality 🙂 !!!

    • My name is Briana and I really enjoyed reading your article I liked how you used a lot of detail and also how you expressed emotion.

  • Dear Leslie,
    Thank you for reading my work and for the nice comments. I made sure to have detail so my argument could be defended so thank you for noticing. Also I am happy you like that I included the bioethics because I almost didn’t so thanks :). And omg important piece of writing? You’re great. Here’s a question for you, Do you think ethics…Read More

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