This chapter discusses the inherent inequities in our penal and judicial systems and draws attention to the sustained efforts of prisoner groups who have staged protests in their respective prisons against injustices affecting their living conditions, limiting their access to resources, and determining their labor rules. Examples of hunger strikes and protests are compared across prison populations and further attention is drawn to the collective use of social media, family members, and other channels of communication as effective mechanisms that connect the groups’ efforts and provide evidence of a cohesive social movement.