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      The New Jim Crow Author, MICHELLE ALEXANDER APPLAUDS THE WORK OF GRAY-HAIRED WITNESSES

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      WASHINGTON, June 9/Gray-Haired Witnesses for Justice News – Author and legal scholar, Michelle Alexander, has taken time from her current national book tour to strongly endorse the June 21, 2010 Gray-Haired Witnesses Fast for Justice in DC and their mission in a statement to their web editor and founding member, Marpessa Kupendua. In her new book this brave and insightful legal scholar and civil rights advocate argues that although Jim Crow laws have been eliminated, the racial caste system it set up was not eradicated. It’s simply been redesigned, and now racial control functions through the criminal justice system. In her support of the Gray-haired Witnesses for Justice movement, Ms. Alexander wrote:

      "With extraordinary vision and courage, and in the tradition of Ida B. Wells and countless other women who have stood for justice in the face of severe racial oppression, the Gray Haired Witnesses for Justice are calling attention to the harm caused by America's latest caste system: mass incarceration. Women of color are the fastest growing group of the prison population today and the Gray Haired Witnesses for Justice are shining a bright light on the racial bias and cruelty of our criminal justice system. All Americans who care about justice should join them in their campaign to free the Scott sisters, who have been sentenced to die in prison for an extremely minor, non-violent offense. “

      In a February, 2010 article which appeared in the Huffington Post, she wrote, “ The clock has been turned back on racial progress in America, though scarcely anyone seems to notice. All eyes are fixed on people like Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey who have defied the odds and achieved great power, wealth and fame.”

      In referencing the focus of the Gray-Haired Witnesses on the case of the Scott Sisters, she had this to say, “The double life sentences imposed on the Scott sisters for an alleged robbery in Mississippi netting little more than $11 is a glaring example of a criminal justice system that is no longer much concerned with justice. No one was hurt or injured, and these women have no prior offenses. No other Western democracy subjects its own people to such draconian punishment for minor crimes. And no other country in the world incarcerates such a large percentage of its racial and ethnic minorities. This is Jim Crow justice, alive and well today. I urge all those of conscience to support the Scott sisters and the thousands of other prisoners who find themselves in similar shoes. Sadly, the Scott sisters are not alone. The Gray Haired Witnesses for Justice are standing up for all those suffering needlessly behind bars and we must join them. If we fail to act, history will judge us harshly."

      Michelle Alexander is the author of "The New Jim Crow - Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness". Her book is taking the nation by storm, especially by major news analysts and commentators in examining issues of race bearing upon the era of the Obama administration. Ms. Alexander is a rising legal star who presents a bold and innovative argument that mass incarceration amounts to a devastating system of racial control.

      On June 21, 2010, the Gray-Haired Witnesses will commence a Fast at the Department of Justice in a 10:00 a.m. formal appeal to Eric Holder, rejoin at the White House at Noon with a press conference and formal appeal to President Obama, and then continue at Lafayette Square Park from 1PM until 9PM for the duration of the fast with speakers, live performances and artists. They are calling on all people of good will to join them on that day and demand justice for the Scott Sisters and an end to the oversentencing, degradation and dehumanization of Black women in this system and nation as a whole.

      Michelle Alexander is the author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness (The New Press, 2010). The former director of the Racial Justice Project of the ACLU in Northern California, she also served as a law clerk to Justice Harry Blackmun on the U.S. Supreme Court. Currently, she holds a joint appointment with the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity and the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University.



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      SUPPORT THE GRAY-HAIRED WITNESSES FAST FOR JUSTICE!
      JUNE 21, 2010 -- WASHINGTON, DC
      10 AM - DEPT. OF JUSTICE
      12 NOON - WHITE HOUSE PRESS CONFERENCE
      1PM-9PM - LAFAYETTE SQUARE PARK

      We need your support in bringing national attention to the case of the Scott Sisters and all other women who have been incarcerated wrongly and egregiously over-sentenced, punishing and destroying our families and children, please plan to participate!
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      PARKING FOR CARS/BUSES:

      Thanks so much to Julie Turner for all of her help in organizing support in solidarity with the Gray-Haired Witnesses!

      The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church has confirmed the Radcliffe Room for press conference/rally attendees on Monday, June 21, 2010 to rest, use the bathroom and get situated. The times we may use the room are from 8:30a until 9:45 and 11:45a until 1:00. The Church will close at 3 on Monday, but this will give everyone enough time to sort things out. The church is at 1313 New York Ave, NW—2 blocks from the White House and Lafayette Square Park.

      Directions to Dept. of Justice from the New York Ave. Presbyterian Church: Come out of the building at 1313 New York Avenue, NW and turn left, cross the street at corner of the church,---you will be in front of the Inter American Bank—which is now H St, NW. Stay on H, cross at 13th, and count the numbers down to 9th—turn right on 9th, now count down the letters until you reach Pennsylvania Ave., NW –the address is 950 Pennsylvania. It’s about 10 city blocks.

      There is a public parking lot located 4 blocks from the church and 4 blocks from the Department of Justice. It’s the best deal in town—most other parking is in garages that will not fit a bus. This is the contact information: City Center Parking operated by U Street Parking - 900 9th St., NW—the entrance is on 9th St, which is one way. Cars can park all day for $20 and buses can park all day for $35. Come down H St, NW to 10th, turn right on 10th go up 1 block, turn right, and then right again on 9th—the entrance is mid block on the right. Buses park to the far right of the lot. The telephone number is 202 265-0010.
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      IN SOLIDARITY:

      The California Coalition for Women Prisoners expresses our strong solidarity with the courageous fast by the Gray-Haired Witnesses for Justice to demand freedom for the Scott Sisters and an inspection of the prison where Jamie Scott is being held. In California, we witness similar inhuman conditions for women in prison on a daily basis, and we condemn the systemic racism and sexism which has caused the population of women in prison to triple in the past twenty-five years. Jamie and Gladys are serving outrageous life sentences which in Jamie’s case could well turn into a death sentence if the criminal health care conditions she is enduring aren’t quickly improved. We deeply appreciate your determination to stand up and expose the grave injustice being perpetrated against the Scott sisters and the tens of thousands of other sisters who are wrongly incarcerated across the United States. -- Diana Block, Founding Member
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      Legal Services for Prisoners with Children endorses the June 21, 2010 Gray-Haired Witnesses Fast for Justice in DC and your mission to free the Scott sisters. LSPC is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco, California, with a 32 year history of advocating for the rights of prisoners, formerly incarcerated persons, and their families. We know that the unique situation of incarcerated women is often overlooked. Prison medical care is notoriously inadequate. Sentences are too long. Justice is often not served in our criminal courts. We support your efforts to free the Scott sisters and call on the Obama administration to help justice be served here. -- Carol Strickman, Staff Attorney
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      Thank you Bro. Rudolph Lewis of ChickenBones for sharing this critical information on your illustrious pages: Free* Scott Sisters

      Thank you also to Rev. Kenneth Glasgow and T.O.P.S. (THE ORDINARY PEOPLE SOCIETY) for writing and sending out a press release in support of this effort. Website: www. tops_splash.gif

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      ENDORSEMENT LIST IN FORMATION (CLOSES JUNE 15!)

      Action Committee for Women in Prison
      Agnes Johnson, The 1212 Community in the Bronx
      Ahmad Abdulibad, Minister~General, Sons Of Afrika
      Bonnie Kerness, AFSC*
      Brenda Scott Lowery
      Bro. Moorbey, Chairman, Black Unity Movement
      Bro. Sauti & Sis. Shiriki, KCBLR.ORG Radio
      California Coalition for Women Prisoners
      Charles E. Campbell, Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC)
      Cleo Silvers
      David Blanchard
      Dick Gregory - Human Rights Activist
      Dominique Reed, HRC-Fed Up!
      Donna Wallach, Justice for Palestinians
      Earl Smith, Executive Director, Order of Kush International
      Eddie Griffin (BASG)
      Fayemi Shakur, Sundiata Acoli Freedom Campaign
      Florence L. Tate
      Harambee Radio and Television Network
      Helen Raines Staley, Albany NY
      Int'l Concerned Family/Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
      Jacqui C. Williams
      Julie Ann Turner
      Kenneth King
      Kermit Eady, Eady Associates
      Leonna A. Brandao, S.W.III, New Vision Org., Inc.
      Malaika H. Kambon, People's Eye Photography
      Mary Ratcliff, Editor, San Francisco Bay View Newspaper
      mesha Monge-Irizarry, Director, Education Not Incarceration, SF Chapter,
      Idriss Stelley Foundation, + SF MOOC City Commissioner*
      Michael Johnson/Black Student Union (Comm. College of Balt. County/Essex)
      Michelle Alexander, Author, "The New Jim Crow - Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness"
      Mississippi Prison Watch
      Monica Moorehead, Women's Fightback Network, NYC
      Nancy Lockhart, M.J., Legal Analyst
      Nathan Hare, Black Think Tank
      Nkechi Taifa, Esq. - President, Legacy Justice Institute
      People's Organization for Progress
      Rev. Kenneth Glasgow, T.O.P.S.
      Rev. Majadi Baruti, Udja Temple Ministries
      Sam Jordan - Advocate for Justice and Prison Abolition
      Senghor Jawara Baye, President General UNIA-ACL
      Sistah Q, Author of Maintaining Our Temples
      Sundiata Acoli
      Tara Graham
      Terry Howcott
      The African American Freedom & Reconstruction League
      The MOVE Organization
      Trinita Simpson
      4JusticeNow
      (* For ID purposes only)
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      WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT, THERE IS SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE
      CAN DO, NO ACTION IS TOO SMALL!

      You can do this by some or all of the following:
      - ATTEND THE JUNE 21ST PRESS CONFERENCE AND RALLY AND BRING OTHERS! We need your physical support!
      - Post our press release and flyer to your FB and other social networking sites, forward it to your email colleagues and forward it to local and national print, radio and tv media.
      Press release: grayhairpr -- Flyer: New Flyer
      - Write a blog, article or commentary on our mission and call, post it and pass it on for posting on our website.
      - Write and publish an article on the case of the Scott Sisters and the issue of Black incarceration. (Case Summary on the Scott Sisters is at FREE THE SCOTT SISTERS!: Case Summary)
      - Volunteer to help us prepare for the day, particularly if you live in the DC, Balt., VA area, we need you however you are able!
      - Please donate yourself on that day with your conscious and respectful entertainment performance!


      URGENT NEEDS!!!

      -- SOUND SYSTEM WITH GENERATOR AND RISER FOR USAGE AT LAFAYETTE SQUARE PARK FROM 12 NOON UNTIL 8:30 PM!
      -- HELP TO SPONSOR THE BUS FROM MISSISSIPPI WHICH IS VERY MUCH NEEDED TO BRING MRS. RASCO, FAMILY AND MS SUPPORTERS TO DC AND IS VERY EXPENSIVE!
      Please mail an M.O. for whatever you can spare (no amount is too small!) ASAP made out to Donnie Finley and mail to:
      Donnie Finley c/o Gloria's Kitchen, 2855 Bailey Ave., Jackson, MS 39206. If you need more info please phone Donnie at: 601-454-6507. Thank you in advance for your kind support!


      CONTACT US TODAY AND GET INVOLVED!

      Contact us at ghwitnesses@gmail.com, 1- 866-968-1188, Ext. 2, and please link to/follow us at GRAY-HAIRED WITNESSES and support!
      "We must continue to move forward and do everything we can to outlaw legal lynching in America. We must continue to stand together in unity and to demand a moratorium on all executions. You must stay strong. You must continue to hold your heads up, and to be there. We will prevail. Keep marching Black people. They are killing me tonight. They are murdering me tonight." -- Excerpts of Last Words of Bro. Shaka Sankofa, an innocent man executed by the state of Texas, 6/22/00. www.myspace.com/nattyreb7

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      Dear Supporters:

      Jamie and Gladys would like to thank all supporters for everything that is being done to assist in securing their freedom. They would especially like to thank The Gray Haired Witnesses for the most recent Washington, DC event.

      Jamie sends a special thank you to everyone for contacting the Health Department regarding conditions at MDOC's- Quickbed Unit which is where she and many other inmates are housed. She has said that the prison made noticeable improvements and are continuing to do so. Many other inmates have also expressed their thanks to everyone who called and wrote the Mississippi Health Department. The Health Department did visit the prison and it has made a great difference in the lives of inmates.

      Mrs. Rasco said that Jamie has broken out in boils again. The medical clinic has given her antibiotics and hopefully this will clear her condition. Although Jamie is sick; she is in very high spirits because of the improved living conditions. I would personally like to thank Ms. Gloretha Darlene Pinckney-Gray for sharing the idea of contacting OSHA and the Health Department. Ms. Gray - you have made a difference in many lives there at MDOC - Quick Bed. We thank you!

      Jamie's Birthday is on July 16th and she would very much appreciate receiving cards and letters from supporters. Please write to Jamie Scott at the following address:

      Jamie Scott # 19197
      CMCF/2A-B-Zone
      P.O. Box 88550
      Pearl, MS 39288-8850

      Anyone who wishes to send funds directly to Jamie for her commissary privileges may do so by following instructions provided via this link. Sending Money

      Free The Scott Sisters T-Shirts are available and may be purchased via the link below. Thank you to Paul Lefrak for organizing this and to Jack and Mike for picking up the torch! Please order your shirts, wear them and assist us in spreading the word. Scott Sisters T-Shirt

      Last but not least, a documentary is now being produced of The Scott Sisters, their family and this tragic case. The producer and his team are working around the clock to meet deadlines and ensure that all bases are covered. This documentary should be released in a few months!

      In Solidarity,

      Nancy R. Lockhart, M.J.
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      Visit and LINK to: FREE THE SCOTT SISTERS!
      Subscribe to our group: Send a blank e-mail to scottsistersupdates-subscribe@yahoogroups.com and share information!
      Facebook Group: Free The Scott Sisters
      Facebook Fan Page: Free The Scott Sisters
      Free the Scott Sisters Petition: Gladys and Jamie Scott Wrongful Conviction Case
      Free the Scott Sisters Flyer: Scott Sisters Flyer Black, 23 Mar 2010 -20
      Legal Transcripts: Scott.transcript

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      Thank you so much for coming out and supporting this effort! Your taking the time out of your day to travel to DC means a great deal to these women and their family, please help spread the word about this case and stay tuned as more updates will be coming regularly. We are very grateful to have had you participate!

      P r e s s R e l e a s e

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      GRAY-HAIRED WITNESSES

      Gray-Haired Witnesses and Supporters Bring
      Shocking Case of the Scott Sisters to Washington!

      WASHINGTON, June 25/Gray-Haired Witnesses for Justice News --
      Gray-Haired Witnesses Fast for Justice was held on June 21, 2010, calling attention to the growing numbers of incarcerated Black women and the gross over-sentencing in cases such as the Mississippi Scott Sisters, Jamie and Gladys. The Scott Sisters received double-life sentences each in an alleged armed robbery of $11.00 in which no one was harmed or injured,
      and for which they have steadfastly maintained their innocence. This outrageous case became all the more urgent when Jamie Scott, now in the 16th year of this draconian sentence, suffered kidney failure in January, 2010 and has had several close calls with death as a result of poor medical treatment in the prison.

      The rally began at the Department of Justice with a small but spirited protest and speak-out against the prison industrial complex, the disparity in arrests, sentencing and treatment during and after incarceration, particularly of Black people. Supporters came from as far as Boston and Mississippi to proclaim that the Scott Sisters be released from prison, as well as all those
      suffering under the MDOC system, one of the worst prison systems for medical care in the country. “We are here to represent those who came before us,” stated Gray-Haired Witness B.J. Peak-Graham, "Our Ancestors cry through us demanding all justices denied." Atty Sam Jordan was very thorough and spoke with great conviction, as well as Gloria & Clarence Bolls, Donnie Finley, Chioma Oruh, and more! They were each eloquent and
      adamant that an investigation into the case of the Scott Sisters needed to be a top item on the Washington agenda and that enough is truly enough for this devastating case!

      Later that afternoon at Lafayette Park, the energy was still very high and a lot of information was shared with attendees and passersby. Brenda Branson, Spoken Word and Slangston Hughes were among those who brought the power to bear on this system during their hard-hitting and impassioned spoken word presentations, and the crowd was visibly moved
      by a beautiful musical performance by Khadijah “Moon” Ali-Coleman. The many speakers who brought dynamic information to the rally included Returning Citizens United, UNIA Pres. General Senghor Jawara Baye, Clinton Alexander, Atty Nkechi Taifa, Mike Johnson, revered community mother and esteemed elder Mama Nia, and more, that made for a very meaningful day of education and information that lit up the entire square and reached
      everyone within earshot. Atty Ann Wilcox also took the stage and spoke in solidarity on behalf of the local Green Party and the Gray Panthers.

      Portions of the rally were very moving and being in the shadow of the White House made them all the more poignant. Gray-Haired Witness, Jamia Shepherd, read from heartbreaking letters from Jamie and Gladys Scott, one in which Jamie wrote: “I’ve been robbed of so much by the state of Mississippi until I can’t feel anymore. But in the midst of this pain, I do also feel the love and support from each of you. Please stay strong in your stand for justice. One day we shall overcome. I just pray my day won’t be too late.”

      The organizers were uplifted by those in attendance as well as all of those who supported but were unable to attend, and all expressed their love and admiration for the awe-inspiring courage and fortitude of Mrs. Evelyn Rasco, the true engine behind all of the organizing that goes on with respect to her beloved and suffering daughters. The movement is growing and all of the people who are organizing on behalf of the Scott Sisters around the country and world will be heard! “We come from a history of struggle, we must relearn that we don’t just lay down and accept injustice!” said Gray-Haired Witness Marpessa Kupendua. The women vowed to remain consistent and continue to move forward in the spirit of Ida B. Wells on this case and in other efforts to demand an end to the demonization and dehumanization of the Black community in general and Black women in particular in the future.

      # # #
      (Some photos from the event are currently viewable at Photos from GRAY-HAIRED WITNESSES FOR JUSTICE | Facebook)
      "We must continue to move forward and do everything we can to outlaw legal lynching in America. We must continue to stand together in unity and to demand a moratorium on all executions. You must stay strong. You must continue to hold your heads up, and to be there. We will prevail. Keep marching Black people. They are killing me tonight. They are murdering me tonight." -- Excerpts of Last Words of Bro. Shaka Sankofa, an innocent man executed by the state of Texas, 6/22/00. www.myspace.com/nattyreb7

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      At the Scott Sisters release the Talking Drum Collective (TDC) represented. Please remember the support for the Scott Sisters doesn't end now that they are free it just begins! Asante Sana Sister Nancy Lockhart and everyone who supported Jamie and Gladys in their own way!


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      I am glad that its over for them.I live in Florida,a small place call Martin County. Its hell for blacks. I have been arrested for nothing, so call blacks conspired with whites to get me arrested,the Sheriff Dept. is full of red necks so I know how it is.

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      The sisters were charged with orchestrating a 1993 armed robbery in Forest, Mississippi. According to court testimony, the sisters convinced three male teens to assist them in an armed robbery. At a local mini mart, the sisters persuaded two men to drive them to a nearby nightclub and had their accomplices follow them. During the car trip, Jamie Scott complained of nausea. While the car was pulled over, the three teenagers exited the car behind them and robbed the two victims at gunpoint. During this robbery, one of the sisters held the shotgun. The victims testified that both sisters then left with the three teenagers. Neither sister testified at the trial, and no one testified in support of their case.[1] When the crime was committed, Jamie was twenty-three years old and Gladys was nineteen years old.

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      I've red your story and it saddens me to become aware such tragedies still occur in a so called civilized world.

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