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Muslims at Texas’ Clements Unit are being starved during Ramadan: ‘Don’t like it? Become a Christian’

by Jason Renard Walker, Deputy Minister of Labor, NABPP-PC

In a year where Islamophobia is at an all-time extreme in Texas prisons, I …

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