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Strategy After Ferguson

A 2016 collection of interviews with groups that make up "part of what may be an emerging radical pole in the struggle for black liberation". This collection first appeared in Viewpoint Magazine.

Make history in 2018, not excuses: Whose side are you on?

“Times Are Changing” – Art: Arkee Chaney, A71362, P.O. Box 1327, Galesburg IL

Bennu Hannibal Ra-Sun expands further on the Free Alabama Movement's strategy for 2018, and discusses the connections between prison struggles and outside movements such as the revolt against police violence. This article first appeared in the San Francisco Bay View.

On Dec. 6, 1865, Black bodies were nationalized – and our prison movement was born

“Amend the 13th: Abolish Legal Slavery in Amerika Movement” – Heshima Denham

Bennu Hannibal Ra-Sun traces the emergence of contemporary mass incarceration from older forms of chattel slavery. This article first appeared in the San Francisco Bay View.

Campaign to Redistribute the Pain 2018

A series of articles setting out the Free Alabama Movement's economic analysis of prison labour and strategy for 2018. These articles first appeared in the San Francisco Bay View.

General strike, South Africa 1922 - Baruch Hirson

Baruch Hirson on the 1922 South African general strike. HIrson deals at length with the racial politics of the strike, which despite militancy and facing aerial bombings by the newly formed South African Air Force failed to include the black working class, who had been out on strike regularly in the proceeding three years.

Joseph Weydemeyer: a German-American for socialism and black rights - Abbet Sebastien

A short biography of Joseph Weydemeyer, followed by an appendix that includes translations of Weydemeyer's articles 'On the Negro Vote' and 'The Eight-Hour Movement'.

Koreatown popular assembly shuts down ICE van

About 70 activists and community members surrounded and blocked an ICE van in front of LA’s Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles the evening of Thursday, February 15. The action was called for by the Koreatown Popular Assembly 24 hours prior as an emergency response to reports of ICE detaining over a 100 individuals across the city.