Inside & Out

Write a note of support to these imprisoned anti-nuclear and anti-war activists

Key:
Name ID# (if needed)
prison or support address
(sentence – in/out date if known)
(action & date)

NUCLEAR RESISTERS

Stephen Kelly  015634
Glynn County Detention Center, 100 Sulphur Springs Road, Brunswick, GA 31520. 
Please note:  Inmates may only receive plain white pre-stamped postcards written in blue or black ink. Postcards may not have any pictures nor backgrounds on them. Plain white pre-stamped postcards may be purchased at some Post Offices and online. Do not use any return address labels or other labels. All postcards are subject to search and /or screening. Include your handwritten return address with your full name.  Do not include anything except inmate’s address and return address on the mailing front. Inmates cannot receive letters or packages.
(Kings Bay Plowshares activist awaiting sentencing at date to be announced following conviction for multiple felonies at Kings Bay nuclear submarine base in Georgia, 4/5/18. Carmen Trotta, Patrick O’Neill and Martha Hennessy were released on bond to house arrest on 5/24/18, followed by Clare Grady on 7/12/18 and Mark Colville on 9/4/18. Colville returned to jail on 12/11/18 and was released again on 10/1/19. Elizabeth McAlister was released on 9/13/19.)

Leonard Peltier 89637-132
USP Coleman I, U.S. Penitentiary, POB 1033, Coleman, FL 33521.
(life)
(Native American political prisoner framed for abetting murder while defending traditional indigenous from threats including uranium mining on sacred lands)

ANTI-WAR RELATED ACTIONS

Song Kang-Ho (Prisoner No. 219)
Jeju Post Office PO Box 161, Jeju City, Jeju Peace Island, Korea 63166.
(two years)
(Convicted September 23, 2020 for cutting the fence and entering the Jeju Navy Base to pray for peace at the remaining part of sacred Gureombi Rock on March 7, 2020)

Jared Chase M44710
Dixon Correctional Center, 2600 N. Brinton Ave., Dixon, IL 61021.
(8 years – out 11/6/20)
(Convicted of possession of incendiary devices with intent to commit arson during protests at NATO summit in Chicago, May, 2012)