Michael is now at SATF

Michael in October of 2018-closeup

Michael in October of 2018

Michael Dorrough was moved to SATF in Corcoran a week ago. He was placed on Level 2, which is the same low security level he had before he was temporarily wrongfully placed in administrative segregation.

Please write to Michael via the following address:

Michael Reed Dorrough, D83611
SATF-II B3-8-5L
P.O. Box 5248
Corcoran, CA 93212
You can now also use Jpay.com to write to Zah, but he can only respond via snailmail. So do not forget to add your return address in the letter as well as on the top left side of your envelope.
You can also include stamps for Michael to respond.
The fundraiser for the Legal Trustfund for Zaharibu is also still on, and you are invited to donate towards legal costs to get him his day in court, by clicking here.
Thank you!

Michael was moved to CSP-Sacramento

Please write to Michael, he needs our support:

Michael Reed Dorrough, D83611
CSP-Sacramento STRH – G 178L
P.O. Box 290066,
Represa, CA 95671

Thank you so much!

Photo of Michael Reed Dorrough 2014

One of the first photo’s after Michael was allowed to have a picture taken (once a year that was in 2014)

Zaharibu’s first Photo in many years

Zaharibu sent us this picture of him taken in 2012.  He is now allowed to have one picture per year taken. 

For years he and the others inside the SHU never had the opportunity to have their picture taken, something which is so simple and humane for their families, loved ones, and for themselves, to see a picture of their own face. It took hunger strikes to get some of these basic things.  

How much longer will those inside California’s SHU’s and ASU’s (prison control units, solitary confinement, 23 or 24 hours a day in lock-up) be tortured and forced to snitch to get to general population?

Especially people like Zaharibu, who has been in solitary for 24 years!!

Morning

A calm and gentle breeze blows in from the sea

                                    It is morning

Far, far out on the pristine blue canvas

Swans slowly move their wings

            Morning, and as every morning

It is the first morning ever to come to us

                                   Morning

The first dawn of a new day

            Everything hushed and cleaned by the magnificence

Of it. The sea and the heavens

                        Up in the sky high above the land birds soar

                                   And look down on us

The soft and dazzling blur of houses and villages.

                        And our two hearts beat softly upon one another

                                   The boats are coming nearer

            And the great birds dive close in over the water

                        A longshoreman, seeing us, waves

                                   And a calm breeze caresses us

A strand of your hair brushes across my cheek

           

            In this world with you I could live forever…

 

                                                           Michael Reed Dorrough (2011)