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Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles airs Fridays at 6pmEST on Human Rights Demand channel. Call 347.857.3293 to speak on air or just to listen. Part of the show is often delivered in Spanish.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Demand More Paroles. Call 347,857,3293.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles, Oct. 16, 2015. Call-in at 347.857.3293. Until director Mary Neal ascertains a new computer, guests who call in cannot be allowed to speak on air but can still listen. Because Nazis destroy Mary Neal's computers, all of our free speech rights are compromised. Dr. Aluart and advocate Mary Diaz meet at "Human Rights Demand" on Fridays at 6pm to discuss the need for more paroles, pardons, compassionate releases, and better opportunities for returning citizens after prison release.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Paroles. Human rights advocates also demand more pardons, compassionate releases, and better reentry opportunities. Call-in number is 347.857.3293. Your questions and comments are encouraged. Part of this radio program is usually delivered in Spanish.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles. Call-in at 347.857.3293 on Friday evenings at "Human Rights Demand." Hear and share every broadcast. Half the shows are delivered in Spanish.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Pardons and Paroles. They also demand more compassionate releases for elderly and infirmed prisoners. Call (347)857.3293 to speak on air during this and their future broadcasts at "Human Rights Demand." Mary Diaz was very disappointed that the State of Florida released absolutely NO prisoners at all during the month of July, despite the fact that the state has over 4,000 parole-eligible inmates. This is unconscienable. Floridians need their tax money to better educate the state's public school students, provide health care and housing, create jobs, and care for its elderly citizens. Too much of the state's budget goes to prison investors who wrongly sacrifice other needs in order to generate prison profits.
Senator Bernie Sanders, a U.S. presidential candidate, introduced legislation on September 17, 2015, to help eliminate the private prison system in America: the "Justice Is Not For Sale Act." Sanders said that his campaign would also focus on ending the War on Drugs, which we know is actually a war against drug addicts and their families. Human Rights Demand asks for your full support of this important bill. Learn more at http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/09/17/3702659/bernie-sanders-prison-bill
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org demand more paroles on the "Human Rights Demand" channel. Please call (347)857-3293 to speak on air. Half of this show is in Spanish. Ms. Diaz says that of the thousands of Florida prisoners who are parole eligible, none were paroled in July 2015. Dr. Armando Aluart is director of Human Conflicts Org. Diaz and the organization hope that with your help, they can change bleak statistics in the State of Florida and throughout the country. They work for more paroles, pardons, and conpassionate releases for deserving prisoners.
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never did, and it never will.
Mary Diaz on the "Huaman Rights Demand" radio broadcast. Mary is a prisoner activist who advocates for paroles and pardons. Tell us your opinion by calling (347)857-3293, or you can listen by computer live or hear the archived tape 24/7. Diaz is affiliated with "Human Conflicts," and "LET MY PEOPLE GO" is the motto. Mary lives in Florida, which had over 5,200 inmates who were parole eligible in 2014 but only released 18. Prison investors on Pardons and Parole Boards are a barrier to freedom for many rehabilitated inmates, I think.
Diaz said Alabama's Pardon and Parole Board has become a trendsetter for the rest of the country regarding releases. In Alabama during 2014, the Board considered 6,647 paroles, of which 2,237 were granted. The Board granted 657 pardons of 798 pardons heard and processed 522 voter rights restorations. That is real progress against mass incarceration. Some of the change may be credited to the ?Southern Poverty Law Center's lawsuit against the Alabama prison system.
"Presently, Maynard Cooper & Gale is fighting a Southern Poverty Law Center lawsuit that claims the health care provided to Alabama's inmates is inadequate and unconstitutional. Correctional health care firm Corizon is paying the firm to fight the lawsuit on behalf of the state due to a provision in its $224 million contract with the state. In total, the state has spent $1.86 million in taxpayer money to fight prison lawsuits in the past four years." reports AL(dot) com. That sum likely also includes a lawsuit by the ACLU? for segregating inmates with HIV. Righteous lawsuits litigated in just courts matter.
January is our month for new beginnings. We'll discuss pardons, paroles, and successful re-entry this month at Human Rights Demand and at National Network in Action (NNIA1). Please participate!
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Pardons. Call-in (347)857.3293 to discuss the need for more pardons and paroles in Florida and other states. Diaz demands release of all inmates after serving minimum sentences unless authorities show reason to assume the release of a given inmate would present a danger to society. The Human Conflicts Org. also demands the release of elderly and dying inmates who would present no danger to society. Taxpayers are being burdened with paying to continue incarcerating rehabilitated prisoners, elderly prisoners, dying inmates, and persons who were convicted on nonviolent offenses whose release would not have any negative impact on society whatsoever.
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Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles. They also demand compassionate releases for sick and elderly inmates, relief from excessive sentencing, and new trials for people with late-arriving evidence of innocence.
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