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      Supporters say Alabama inmate protest is growing

      A Dothan minister, who works with Alabama inmates, says nonviolent protests have spread to other prisons.{} The Reverend Kenneth Glasgow, executive director of The Ordinary People Society, said the protests began January 1 at St. Clair and Holman correctional facilities and now include Elmore and Donaldson prisons.{} He says some prisoners in the institutions are refusing to do their assigned jobs because of concerns about unsanitary conditions, overcrowding and small pay.

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      Holman had fewer protesters Monday, with eight refusing to work in the tag plant.{} Four inmates refused to work in the laundry at Elmore.{} No inmates were working at St. Clair but that was because of an inmate stabbing rather than a protest.{} There was no report of protests at Donaldson.

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