Boston Protesters to Inmates at South Bay Prison: “We See You!”

United States Hypocrisy

Last night, amid the profound sense of hopelessness felt by many across the nation, there was an unexpectedly beautiful and heartwarming scene. In a show of true genuine solidarity with this country’s many oppressed, 1,400 protesters in Boston, Massachusetts who were participating in a march of solidarity with the community of Ferguson made a stop directly in front of South Bay Prison Facility with a message for the incarcerated: We haven’t forgotten you! You’re not invisible to us.

Some inmates have written “Mike Brown” on the barred windows.

— Eric Ethington (@EricEthington) November 26, 2014

Wow. As Boston #Ferguson protest takes the interstate near Southbay Prison, prisoners join in.

— Eli Feghali (@efeghali) November 26, 2014

Crowd chants “WE SEE YOU” to Black inmates in Back Bay jail.

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