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Black Cross: A Proposal for an Abolitionist Prisoner Support Group

A proposal for a Black Cross, an abolitionist prisoner support group that seeks to abolish prisons and police.

Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners in Tangerang and Bekasi in Indonesia

Anti Feminist Feminist Club, an anarcho-feminist collective in Indonesia, sent us this message asking for support for anarchist prisoners in Indonesia. We are reproducing this message.

Detainment is Death in the Pandemic!

Inmates and persons deprived of liberty are at high risk of dying due to COVID-19. The state's campaign of mass arrests and detainment of so-called quarantine violators risks spreading the disease to detainees. As it is the poor who bares the brunt of the state's policing and incarceration, prisons and police must be abolished as they mostly only target the poor.

Soheil Arabi - Anarkiismo Estas Forflugi por Ĉiam

Letero de SOHEIL ARABI, la anarkiosindicalista politika malliberulo, en la kavoj de la kalumnia Evin-malliberejo, norde de Teherano, Irano:

Lansing Correctional: Prison uprising put down as US inmates demand protection from coronavirus :

Inmates riot after over a dozen cases of COVID-19 infections are confirmed, and authorities do nothing.

Letter from imprisoned may day protesters in Iran's Gharchak prison

On May May first, there was a protest in front of the Iranian parliament. Police cracked down on protesters and arrested many individuals. After 126 days, three of them, all women, remain incarcerated. Two of these women are held in the Gharchak prison, infamous for it's harsh conditions and severe shortcomings. Recently, one of them wrote a letter regarding their situation.

A Visit to Louise Michel - Paul Lafargue

St Lazare prison

French Socialist Paul Lafargue recorded his visit to Louise Michel in St Lazare prison following her conviction for starting a riot in 1883.

Imprisoned for a day: a personal reflection

A jail cell

Your perspective on the world changes from inside a jail cell.

"going back to basics"

Interview with Will Anderson, an elder in the Federal system who runs a prison literacy program for and with other prisoners, about anti-police uprisings and the Black Lives Matter movement. Inclusion of this material is not intended as an endorsement of Anderson's views.

"we can all relate"

Interview with an anonymous inmate at Marion CI, Marion, NC about anti-police uprisings and the Black Lives Matter movement.