While the first footage from the upcoming episodes Orange Is The New Black featured the immediate moments following the prior season’s cliffhanger, the new trailer gives a broader look at what we can expect: A full-on protest. In the wake of a major death, the women of Litchfield appear to be putting aside their differences to combat the abuses they have faced. “Do you get what’s going on here?” Taystee explains to someone offscreen. “We get beat for no reason. We’re stuffed four in a bunk like we’re factory chickens. We’re denied basic humanity.” Taking place over only three days, this installment looks undeniably emotional, while also maintaining the humor that has sustained the series all along.

Orange Is The New Black’s fifth season premieres on Netflix June 9.

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