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Interview: South Carolina Prisoners Challenge Narrative Around Violence At Lee Correctional Institution

Jared Ware interviews three South Carolina prisoners about the recent violence at Lee Correctional Institution and the upcoming national prison strike. This interview first appeared at Shadowproof.

Strike Breaks Out at Angola Prison As Momentum Builds for National Prison Strike

A report on a work stoppage at Louisiana's notorious Angola prison, and the upcoming call for a US-wide strike in August. This post first appeared on It's Going Down.

谁的罢工?

参与美国2013年“为15元而斗争”运动的快餐员工来介绍自己的经验,分析该运动的限制和潜力,并给激进分子提出一些关于如何最好发挥这些潜力的建议。

Teacher Strikes Show Social Movements the Way Forward

Michael Reagan of the Black Rose Anarchist Federation on the lessons that can be learned from the current wave of education workers' struggles in the US.

Hog farms, toxic water, and more toxic prisons in Texas and beyond

Keith "Malik" Washington writes on the environmental impact of prison-run hog farms.

Kent State Shooting Protest Posters

Posters relating to the murder of four Kent State students by national guardsman at an anti-war protest on May 4, 1970. Another 30 students were wounded, one of whom was paralyzed for life after the troops opened fire on the large crowd of youths on the campus.

Occupied Zuccotti, Social Struggle and Planned Shrinkage

Pamphlet Cover

A pamphlet written during the height of the Occupy Wall Street struggles in New York City, which looks at how class composition and decomposition developed in the park. The pamphlet is composed of two pieces. First, a reflection and analysis of how class composition functioned in the movement space. The second part of the pamphlet is an interview conducted with Deborah Wallace looking at the history of planned shrinkage in New York City. Given this pamphlet is more than 6 years old, the specifics on resources available to people have changed over time - this pamphlet should be seen as a reflection at a specific point in time.

Call for a Juneteenth 2018 Mobilization Against Prison Slavery

Image credit: Michael Hogue

Fight Toxic Prisons and SPARC, the organisations central to the Florida prison strike that took place at the start of 2018, lend their support to a call for a day of action against mass incarceration on Juneteenth (June 19th).

Why Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati Is Changing Its Name

Statement from Black Lives Matter (Cincinatti) on their name change to Mass Action for Black Liberation and differences with the national Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Movement for Black Lives Network (M4BL).

I Don’t Value Value: Capitalism, Value, The Value Form, and Commodity Production

Solving the question of "value" from an Anarcho-syndicalist point of view.