Antoine Walker is on Hunger Strike

Comrades, Hello, my name is Antoine, better known as Indy. I’m a 28-year-old Black, Bisexual man, incarcerated in Pennsylvania. I am an LGBT activist and prison abolitionist. I’m serving an 8 to 20-year sentence and I’m 10 years into it. I have been in solitary confinement since September 26, 2017 on the allegation of assaulting … Continue reading Antoine Walker is on Hunger Strike

A New Retaliatory Write-Up for Stevie, and Another Kangaroo Hearing

Two notes from Stevie on this plain retaliation... ONE: Charges: #33 Using abusive language to an employee and #35 Refusing to obey an order "On above date (10-28) and time (1150), Inmate Wilson was called to retrieve property being distributed to inmates who had purchased items. I/M Wilson had a pair of sneakers to sign … Continue reading A New Retaliatory Write-Up for Stevie, and Another Kangaroo Hearing

Information & Technology Inside the Amerikan Dungeon

by Stephen Wilson & Michael Ness ‘The things prisoners wrote really jumped off the page.’ Illustration: Eva Bee https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/nov/10/writing-to-prisoners-unlocks-more-than-you-would-think Information overload is truly a free-world problem. While people in free society must wade through various streams of news to decipher just what is really happening, prisoners are often left high, dry and uninformed. What is … Continue reading Information & Technology Inside the Amerikan Dungeon

Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex: a conversation with Rachel Herzing

We’ve just packaged a prepared to mail some inside members copies of this great study resource, produced by True Leap Press. This zine was originally published in Propter Nos and Issue #29 of The Abolitionist: a publication of Critical Resistance   Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex: a conversation with Rachel … Continue reading Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex: a conversation with Rachel Herzing

The Fight Against Criminalization and Repression under the Guise of COVID-19

  Due to COVID19, the prison has us coming out for phones, showers, kiosks, meals and recreation in cohorts of 21 or 22 cells (roughly 38 prisoners per cohort). Initially, we were in cohorts of 5 cells with 45 minutes per cohort. Now we are in phase two. The problem is that while the cohort … Continue reading The Fight Against Criminalization and Repression under the Guise of COVID-19