Here is an article that appeared in the Washington Post dealing with U.S. Parole Commissioner Isaac Fulwood and his thoughts about Veronza's petition for Mandatory Parole.

Locked Up Inside
Isaac Fulwood's Feelings As Parole Commissioner: Couldn't Be More Personal
By Wil Haygood
Washington Post, Sunday, December 18, 2005

Veronza Bowers Statement to the
Journey for Justice Rally
Washington, D.C. -
August 13, 2005

Hear Sally O'Brien's Interview with
Veronica Conway (Veronza's Daughter) & Paulette D'Auteuil
Aired on WBAI 99.5 FM New York City Public Radio
June 23, 2005

Where We Live
WBAI 99.5FM (New York City Public Radio)
Thursdays, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
A radio program about US political prisoners and the prison/industrial complex, This program has been on the air since 1988.

Hosts: Sally O'Brien, Safiya Bukhari & Rosa Clemente
Phone number: 212-209-2977 Email address:

The Jericho Movement
is an organization in support of political prisoners. Jericho supports our current drive to hire an attorney for Veronza Bowers, Jr.

U.S. Parole Commission
Keeping the nation safe from its people.
Bureau of Justice Statistics
More Than 6 Million People Behind Bars or on Probation or Parole
Center for Constitutional Rights
CCR uses litigation proactively to advance the law in a positive direction, to guarantee the rights of those with the fewest protections and least access to legal resources.
The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project is an independent non-profit legal clinic and resource center. The Project was founded in 1992 by Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law - Yeshiva University. They handle cases where postconviction DNA testing of evidence can yield conclusive proof of innocence. To date, 144 inmates have been exonerated.
The Sentencing Project
The Sentencing Project is a non-profit organization which promotes reduced reliance on incarceration and increased use of more effective and humane alternatives to deal with crime. It is a nationally recognized source of criminal justice policy analysis, data, and program information. Its reports, publications, and staff are relied upon by the public, policymakers and the media.
Amnesty International
Amnesty International. Working to protect human rights worldwide.
The Huey P. Newton Foundation web site. This non-profit organization was founded in 1993 by David Hilliard and Fredrika Newton, and is administered by David Hilliard . The overall aim of the Foundation is to use the documents and things left behind by Huey P. Newton, killed in 1989, not only to preserve the significant lessons and history of the Black Panther Party, but to maintain a contemporary program of education and study that will enlighten and inform and, thereby, recall the spirit of the Panther.
Bobby Seale was founding Chairman of the Black Panther Party in 1966. His web site is an historical archive for those who would like to learn more about the movement of social and political justice in the Sixties.
Death Penalty Information Center
An exhaustive store of information and scholarship regarding the Death Penalty.
The Justice Project:
Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform. Including remarks by members of Congress in support of the Innocence Protection Act.
National Association of Sentencing Advocates (NASA)
a membership organization dedicated to the promotion of fair, humane, and equitable sentencing and confinement decisions for all people in America.
A monthly radio program on KZYX/Z Mendocino County Public Broadcast
A show by, for and about young people    Click here for real audio
Airs on the last Sunday of each month at 6pm 91.5/90.7/88.3fm or
Black Panther Party Research Project
was created during 1997 to locate sources and develop finding aids to assist researchers and the general public with uncovering information about one of the twentieth century's most controversial, yet least researched organizations

Healing Meditation in Fedferal Prison using the Japanese Shakuhachi Flute
Veronza is founder of the All-Faith Meditation Group at the Coleman Correctional Facility. He has done hands-on healing meditatiion work in federal prison for many years.

Prison Radio
Prison Radio’s mission is to challenge mass incarceration and racism by airing the voices of men and women in prison by bringing their voices into the public dialogue on crime and punishment.