Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa (s/n Ronnie Dewberry) has been in prison since 1980 while totally innocent of what he was accused of and convicted for. He spent 30 years isolated in solitary confinement (1985-2015) – and he was released to “general population” at the end of 2015 – despite his leadership as one of the four main representatives of the Pelican Bay Short Corridor Collective, who, through peaceful protests and the Agreement to End Hostilities, have transformed and brought a glimmer of hope for human rights to the California prison system.
You can read about Sitawa’s innocence and his Freedom Campaign here and here. Please join us to fight for his justice and rightful release!
This site is one of Sitawa’s projects in the fight for Human Rights in California’s prisons, together with his fellow prisoners, including the other principle negotiators of our Prisoner Human Rights Movement – George Franco, Arturo Castellanos, Todd Ashker, as well as many other prisoner activists. Please also visit that website for the prisoner-movement: Prisonerhumanrightsmovement.org
Sitawa is recovering from a major stroke. Send him some love and light. Mail will be forwarded to him:
Attn: Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa
P.O. Box 7359
Oakland CA 94601
This website was made in cooperation with People Matter International