Stevie's Reflections on bell hooks' Feminism is for Everybody

bell hooks writes, in the introduction of "Feminism is for Everybody,": "More than ever before, I work to share the liberating joy feminist struggle brings to our lives as females and males who continue to work for change, who continue to hope for an end to sexism, to sexist exploitation and oppression." As I read … Continue reading Stevie's Reflections on bell hooks' Feminism is for Everybody

"Ain't I a Prisoner, Too?" zine, available for download (printable)

To download Stevie's zine, published last spring and circulated this past year in prisons around the country, follow the below url: https://osab995883282.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/image-40.pdf Please feel free to print this and mail to your incarcerated friends and comrades. It is anti-copyright, so also take it upon yourselves to print stacks and leave them in your organization's common … Continue reading "Ain't I a Prisoner, Too?" zine, available for download (printable)

Solidarity with all Mississippi Prisoners

Sending strength and love to all Mississippi prisoners. I stand with you. The metalanguage of prison is violence so the only way to eliminate the violence is to eliminate the prison. In every prison and jail in the country, correctional officers are the major instigators and perpetrators of violence. Every order is punctuated with the … Continue reading Solidarity with all Mississippi Prisoners

Dis-Organizing Prisons, by Stevie Wilson

When I was asked to define prison organizing, I was stuck for a moment. I realized that I had never defined what I do as prison organizing. First, my concerns have always been about more than the prison itself. Second, my work extends beyond prisons and jails. Third, and most important, my goal has always … Continue reading Dis-Organizing Prisons, by Stevie Wilson