How to Be Safe and Stay Dangerous
Straight Outta Holman
This is a Call to End Slavery in America a zine version of the call to action for a nationally coordinated workstrike and prison protest. En Espanol and mailroom proof and both. Another smaller mailroom proof version
Let the Crops Rot in the Fields – The Free Alabama Movement Strategy
Incarcerated Workers Take the Lead– history of prison struggles 2008-2016
Prison Action News Vol 9 issue 2
May Day 2016 – a newsletter created by Tucson ABC
End Prison Slavery – Articles about growing prisoner resistance movements.
Tweaking Armageddon – zine version of an article by Critical Resistance’s Rachel Herzing about strategic dynamics of resistance, abolition and reform.
Down-Reflections on Prison Resistance in Indiana
Free Alabama Movement Selected Reading Series four short zines of recent articles and information about prison compiled by FAM
unstoppable – Anti-authoritarian publication specifically by and for incarcerated folks who identify as women, gendervariant, and/or trans.
Freedom Summer Prison Solidarity Working Group here at the Flyover Infoshop Collective
Chants for actions
Here’s a list
11 x 17 inch posters
Anti-State STL Poster
Sep 9 strike!
1a- Strike Against Prison Slavery…
1b- same, with local info box
2a- Support Nationwide Prisoner Strike
2b- same, with local info box
3a- Strike a Blow Against White Supremacy3b- same, with local info box
A slew of internet based images, here.
More posters at BendtheBars.noblogs.org
Articles on Prison Slavery
We have conducted interviews with a wide variety of people who do outside support for various prisoner movements. The purpose of these interviews is to collect various perspectives on the same subject: how to support prisoners.
If you, or someone you know is involved in this work and we haven’t interviewed you yet, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews can be conducted over the phone or in person. We travel a lot and might be coming near your town!
Law and Disorder Conference sessions related to prisoner support:
James Patrick Jordan’s lecture “Prison Imperialism: How the US is Spreading a Repressive Incarceration Model Around the World” Recorded by Kboo radio.