Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

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Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

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Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

Family members and advocates chant and displaying signs at the Lancaster State Prison, Saturday, January 9,2021. Lancaster, CA. The protesters who have family members at the prison to call for the release of incarcerated people in response to the deadly COVID-19 epidemic. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

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Displaying protest signs and holding body bags, family members and advocates staged a car caravan on Saturday, Jan. 9 at Lancaster State Prison to call for the release of inmates amid the pandemic. Families United to End LWOP has staged multiple protests over the past six months. Organizers called …read more

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