Break the Chains is a news and discussion forum for supporters of political prisoners, prisoners of war, politicized social prisoners, and victims of police and state intimidation.
This free academic journal is organized and updated autonomously of the disbanded Break the Chains Prisoner Support Network formerly based in Eugene, Oregon. While this collection of articles shares several of the same concerns as the old Break the Chains collective, no formal organization exists behind this publication.
The purpose of this publication is to share news and current events with prisoners. Information within this document comes from a variety of sources posted to the Break the Chains website. Please help print this out and send it to a prisoner.
Some of this info may be copyrighted
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