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Become a Member:

We are a movement of people. Each time a new person joins the Human Rights Coalition, we become more powerful and our shouts are louder in our efforts to abolish the human rights violations of American prisoners; i.e., abuse, torture, and above-the-law attitudes of prison administrations. If you support our fight against abuse and torture in prisons - which includes solitary confinement - we ask you to sign on to be a member of HRC.

To become a member, click here.


Donate:

Your gift helps keep our movement free from corporate influence and independent of any government agenda.

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Volunteer:

Our network of volunteers help out with phone banking, writing letters, organizing a group to respond to a crisis, and leading lobbying efforts. We invite you to explore our diverse volunteer opportunities.

To sign up to volunteer, click here.

Emergency Response Network (ERN):

This is a collective method of addressing issues of abuse or torture. HRC uses its Facebook and Email to alert all members of our Emergency Response Network of reported and confirmed prisoner abuses and/or violations of human rights. To stand up against such violations we bring public awareness, by sharing on social media, calling or writing to the prison, newspapers, radio, or legislators. If you would like to participate in calling the prisons, please forward your email address to be notified.

To add your email to the Emergency Response Network, click here.


Human Rights Coalition
PO Box 34580
Philadelphia, PA 19101

Email: Info@hrcoalition.org

Upcoming Events

Friday, August 9, 2019, 11:00 AM

Join the Human Rights Coalition at our Rally outside of Governor Wolf's office in Philadelphia! This Friday, we're standing up in support of the hunger strikers at SCI Fayette (#Hungry4Justice), and in prisons across the country for #BlackAugust A little backstory: On July 4th, 2019 16 prisoners began a hunger strike to peacefully protest their physical and psychological abuse in solitary confinement and their systematic denial of basic goods such as toilet paper, toothbrushes, mail, yard time and showers. The hunger strikers issued Demands: 1. Abolish the Restricted Release List 2. Investigate patterns of abuse in DOC and fire abusive guards at SCI Fayette 3. End Long-Term Solitary Confinement - Pass HB497 4. Close SCI Fayette due to toxic waste and prison health issues