Tag Archives: California Prisons

One Year of COVID

Februrary 28, 2021 It has been one year since I was allowed to see my husband, Sean, due to the global pandemic that has completely changed our lives. One year ago as I prepared to depart Family Visit at Corcoran … Continue reading

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Incarcerated Lives Matter

August 13, 2020 I was placed on COVID-19 quarantine for the second time after an individual in my housing unit tested positive. This happened exactly one month after I was let off the first COVID-19 quarantine. On July 13, I … Continue reading

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CDCR Medical Negligence

In Fall 2019 Sean went to dental for a dental exam at Corcoran State Prison, which he must request in order to receive any dental care. The dentist noted a cavity and the California Department of Corrections had up to … Continue reading

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Rally At the Capitol

On August 13, 2020 we gathered in Sacramento at the Capitol as one. We laid roses on the steps for the incarcerated individuals who have lost their lives due to COVID19 and the California Department of Correction’s negligence. We also … Continue reading

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The Worst Prison Health Screw-up in State History

I spoke with a reporter from The Guardian about Corcoran State Prison and our experience with the recent COVID19 outbreak. The above is a clip from the article that was written about the massive prison health screw up that led … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Inside Prison

I think this is literally the scariest thing Sean and I have ever faced together. Especially with articles like this:  Two Prison Employees Test Positive for COVID-19 CDCR says CNN: New Corona Virus Cases in Jails Heightens Concerns About an … Continue reading

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