NC Governor Bev Perdue (@NCGovOffice): Pardon the Wilmington Ten

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Tokunbo A.
7 years ago
It should be important to anyone against exploitation and discrimination…

http://www.change.org/petitions/jon-jarvis-investigate-alcatraz-cruises-for-ignoring-rampant-racial-discrimination-among-its-employees

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Anne Bodin
8 years ago
Unjust incarceration is important to me.

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James Hays
8 years ago
If the "witnesses" recanted, there is no case. It's wrong both ethically and morally to hold someone accountable for a crime where no evidence exists proving they did it.

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Esther Nemitz
8 years ago
I object to injustice.

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Fatima Elfakahany
8 years ago
Justice will be served, if not by you, then by us.

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Norman Tucker
8 years ago
Convicting people solely on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality is an injustice.

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Evelyn Davis
8 years ago
Injustice to anyone is unfair

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Devonna Banks-Law
8 years ago
I have a son that is 21 years old now and he is in jail based on something he didn't do and no one will listen because if you're already in jail "you must be guilty"!! He has never had a opportunity to live as an adult in society, he has only been locked away from his family. I wish you the best in this situation and I would support you in any way that I can.

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Emily Goss
8 years ago
you shouldn't be convicted over something you didn't do just because of the color of your skin

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Luba Pekisheva
8 years ago
it's sickening to let these men suffer the fate of criminals